FestivalForGood

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Step into the vibrant world of social enterprises at Singapore’s only social enterprise festival, FestivalForGood. FestivalForGood gathers over 50 local social enterprises across diverse sectors, to celebrate their spirit, innovation and passion to do good through their businesses. Organised by the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE), FestivalForGood promises an exciting and eye-opening experience for everyone from all walks of life.

Festivalgoers can look forward to a wide range of unique activities spanning fashion, lifestyle and F&B, to technology, health and wellness:

– Shop at a pop up market featuring socially-conscious merchandise, clothing, accessories, lifestyle products and services, and more.

– Experience social enterprises in a brand new light with FestivalForGood’s immersive sensory adventures – from a meditative tea appreciation session facilitated by the hearing-impaired to navigating an exhibition in the dark while guided by the visually-impaired.


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– Savour delectable food bites from social enterprises that serve the disadvantaged, or provide equal employment opportunities to marginalised communities.

– Engage in intimate and inspiring conversations with passionate social entrepreneurs on innovating with art and technology, conscious consumerism, and business sustainability.

Join us in supporting our local social enterprises, and have fun while creating meaningful and sustainable impact in Singapore – come on down and be #partofthegood!

Don’t forget to register at http://ffg2017.peatix.com to receive a FREE TOTE BAG on the day!

Date: 19 August 2017, Saturday
Venue: lyf@SMU, 71-77 Stamford Rd, Singapore 178895
Time: 12pm – 10pm

 

 


Event Information

FestivalForGood

Start date: 19/8/17 12:00
End date: 19/8/17 22:00


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