Be a Force for Good at Giving Week Festival 2017

The year is fast approaching to an end and with Christmas upon us, what better way to wrap up 2017 than with the spirit of giving?

In partnership with the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC), we’re calling for the Peatix community (yes you!) to be a part of Giving Week Festival 2017.  

Giving Week Festival includes Giving Week, a national movement that encourages everyone to give back. From 28 November – 5 December, businesses, non-profit organisations and individuals across Singapore are encouraged to come together and make a difference towards building a City of Good.

Organisers on Peatix can too be a part of Giving Week Festival and events organised will be featured on the Giving Week website and across various out of home (OOH) channels.

If this excites you and you’re all charged to seal the year on a good note, simply:

  • Organise an activity between 28 November – 5 December and donate a pre-determined portion of the fees to charity.
  • Organise an activity that would help spread awareness towards a cause (e.g. elderly, disability, heritage, environment etc…)

To top it off, for every paid ticket sold as part of the Giving Week initiative, Peatix will be pledging 50 cents to charity.

If you’re all geared and pumped to be part of this Good movement, simply leave us with your details here  or if any questions pop up, simply email Cheyenne at cheyennetan@nvpc.org.sg or Si Liang at siliangpuar@nvpc.org.sg 

Be a Force for Good. Be a Giving Week Festival Partner today.

Watch the Giving Week Video here!

 

 

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Michelle’s the resident social media crackhead at Peatix. By day, she’s splits her time between being a neurotic stalker who prowls through the deep, dark web, tapping into conversations of what people are saying (or not) while twiddling with creative campaigns & by night, you’d find her entrenched in the rabbit hole of geek reads ranging from the likes of politics, conspiracy theories to pop-culture.  Likes her coffee black and her conversations dark.