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www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate InvolvementMake a Difference!
www.projecthappyfeet.orgAbout Project Happy Feet Not-for-profit organisation registered in Singaporeon 7 July 2009 Suppo...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMission Empower lives through education and training toalleviate povertyVision A world where chi...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate Governance Funds independently audited Conforms to local fund-raising regulations 100...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgAchievements Raised more than SGD400,000 since 2008 Built 1 school in rural Nepal, 1 library in ...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgOrganisations Supported Vietnam CambodiaSiem ReapCatholic Church Singapore Nepal  Philippines
www.projecthappyfeet.orgProject Milestones 2008 – PHF Team in Siem Reap 2009 – PHF Team in Hanoi 2009 – HIHS students i...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgProject Milestones 2012 – PHF Volunteer Leadership Experience in Cambodia 2012 – “Make Learning ...
www.projecthappyfeet.organd more…Media Coverage Radio TV Print Web
www.projecthappyfeet.org
www.projecthappyfeet.org
www.projecthappyfeet.org
www.projecthappyfeet.orgQuick Facts Signature fund-raising mechanism for PHF Non-competitive 3-5km walk in slippers (fli...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgQuick Facts Raised in excess of SGD230,000 for education ofunderprivileged children inCambodia, S...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgVision of PHFSR “PHFSR in every city” To have local NGO partner PHF in organisingPHFSR in their ...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgIP Protection ATMD Bird & Bird - Singapore’s leading lawpractice with strength in Intellectual Pr...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgGoing Places PHFSR Ho Chi Minh City 2013 PHFSR Cebu 2013 – Resort Edition
www.projecthappyfeet.orgPHFSR Race Collectible Given out to all registered participants PHF provides a customised design...
www.projecthappyfeet.org2012 Partners
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate Participation Awards Largest Group 2nd Largest Group 3rd Largest Group
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
Corporate InvolvementHow you can empower us to empower lives
www.projecthappyfeet.orgWays to support PHFSR Sponsorship in cash or in kind to defray cost Extend corporate network to ...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Crocs Sponsored 100 pairs of Crocs Slippers to be givenaway as treasure hunt items al...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: South East CDC Gave dollar-for-dollar matching grant forcorporate donations up to SGD...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Ben & Jerry’s Sponsored ice-cream vouchers for allparticipants Offered booth space a...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Markono PrintMedia Sponsored the production of 5,000 A5 flyers topromote sign-up of P...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: StandardChartered Bank 117 employees signed up as one corporategroup Sponsored 50 ch...
AcknowledgementplatformsWe love to give back to you!
www.projecthappyfeet.orgwww.phfslipperrace.org Get your logo on our official event website, or even acompany profile and ...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgwww.projecthappyfeet.org Be featured on our PHF corporate website
www.projecthappyfeet.orgFacebook.com/projecthappyfeet Get a shout out on our FB page, with a link to yourpage
www.projecthappyfeet.orgElectronic Direct Mailers& Print Ads Get your logo mentioned inour EDMs and Print Ads
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCustomised EDM Get your own customised EDM to send to your internaldatabase
www.projecthappyfeet.orgEvent backdrop Have your logo on our event back-drop
www.projecthappyfeet.orgToken presented by GOH Receive a token of appreciation from the GOH on theday itself – great phot...
www.projecthappyfeet.orgCollateral Branding Put your logo on some of our collaterals
www.projecthappyfeet.orgGoodie Bag Put your vouchers / premiums into goodie bags toreach out to participants and volunteers
www.projecthappyfeet.orgPress Release Get mentioned in our Press Releases
www.projecthappyfeet.orgPossibilities are endless Many ways to collaborate to meet your branding/ marketing / CSR Have s...
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Project Happy Feet Slipper Race is a non-competitive 3-5km walk in slippers (flip flops) to fundraise for education and training programmes benefiting underprivileged children and youths, especially those in developing countries. Conceptualised by Singaporean non-profit organisation Project Happy Feet, the event is run entirely by volunteers so that 100% of registration fees, donations, and spillover sponsorship cash can be channeled directly to pre-identified programmes. The inaugural PHFSR was held on 13 Novemeber 2011. Today, the race has gone beyond Singapore, to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Cebu Mactan Island in the Philippines. The event has raised in excess of SGD400,000, benefitting underprivileged children in Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and Philippines. Project Happy FEet Slipper Race is able to go the distance because of corporate partners and sponsors. In this deck, Project Happy Feet hopes to share how corporate partners have helped in the past PHFSR, and recommends ways for corporate organisations to get involved through sponsorship in cash or in kind, supporting through extending networks, volunteering and participating in the event itself. For more details, please contact terence@projecthappyfeet.org

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  1. 1. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate InvolvementMake a Difference!
  2. 2. www.projecthappyfeet.orgAbout Project Happy Feet Not-for-profit organisation registered in Singaporeon 7 July 2009 Supports education and training ofunderprivileged children and youths
  3. 3. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMission Empower lives through education and training toalleviate povertyVision A world where children go to school with happyfeet, and poverty is alleviated
  4. 4. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate Governance Funds independently audited Conforms to local fund-raising regulations 100% of donations go to beneficiaries Operational cost defrayed by corporate sponsors 100% volunteer-run to save cost
  5. 5. www.projecthappyfeet.orgAchievements Raised more than SGD400,000 since 2008 Built 1 school in rural Nepal, 1 library in ruralCambodia, and contributed to several schoolsand village infrastructures Funded more than 500 scholarships in Vietnam,Cambodia Fed more than 5,000 children with nutritiousmeals Positively impacted thousands of lives
  6. 6. www.projecthappyfeet.orgOrganisations Supported Vietnam CambodiaSiem ReapCatholic Church Singapore Nepal  Philippines
  7. 7. www.projecthappyfeet.orgProject Milestones 2008 – PHF Team in Siem Reap 2009 – PHF Team in Hanoi 2009 – HIHS students in Siem Reap 2009 – ACS (I) student councillors in Siem Reap 2009 – “Chefs for a Cause” 2010 – Recipes from the Heart 2010 – ACS (I) student councillors in Siem Reap 2011 – PHF Team in Hanoi 2011 – PHF Team in Siem Reap 2011 – PHF Slipper Race in Singapore
  8. 8. www.projecthappyfeet.orgProject Milestones 2012 – PHF Volunteer Leadership Experience in Cambodia 2012 – “Make Learning Possible in Nepal” fundraiser at TheAmerican Club 2012 – PHF Slipper Race in Singapore 2012 – Filled With Love @ Fullerton Hotel 2012 – Opening of School in Nepal 2013 – Singapore’s Total Defence Campaign 2013 – PHF team in Siem Reap 2013 – PHF Slipper Race Ho Chi Minh City 2013 – PHF Slipper Race Cebu 2013 Resort Edition
  9. 9. www.projecthappyfeet.organd more…Media Coverage Radio TV Print Web
  10. 10. www.projecthappyfeet.org
  11. 11. www.projecthappyfeet.org
  12. 12. www.projecthappyfeet.org
  13. 13. www.projecthappyfeet.orgQuick Facts Signature fund-raising mechanism for PHF Non-competitive 3-5km walk in slippers (flip-flops) First held in Singapore on Sunday, 13 November,2011, 3km route at East Coast Park 100% volunteer organised and managed = zeromanpower cost More than 5,000 experienced Slipper Races inSingapore and Vietnam since 2011
  14. 14. www.projecthappyfeet.orgQuick Facts Raised in excess of SGD230,000 for education ofunderprivileged children inCambodia, Singapore, Vietnam Event cost less than SGD30,000. 100% covered bysponsorship in cash and in-kind 100% of funds collected go towards beneficiaries Corporate Participation Awards for strongestemployee participation: KPMG, YoungNTUC, Knight Frank, MagiKats, StandardChartered
  15. 15. www.projecthappyfeet.orgVision of PHFSR “PHFSR in every city” To have local NGO partner PHF in organisingPHFSR in their city (e.g. KOTO in HCMC) 100% of funds collected must go to educationand training of underprivileged children First PHFSR outside of Singapore held in Ho ChiMinh City, Vietnam in March 2013
  16. 16. www.projecthappyfeet.orgIP Protection ATMD Bird & Bird - Singapore’s leading lawpractice with strength in Intellectual Propertyprotection Sponsors legal expertise for IP protection of PHFand PHFSR
  17. 17. www.projecthappyfeet.orgGoing Places PHFSR Ho Chi Minh City 2013 PHFSR Cebu 2013 – Resort Edition
  18. 18. www.projecthappyfeet.orgPHFSR Race Collectible Given out to all registered participants PHF provides a customised design for major race
  19. 19. www.projecthappyfeet.org2012 Partners
  20. 20. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCorporate Participation Awards Largest Group 2nd Largest Group 3rd Largest Group
  21. 21. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
  22. 22. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
  23. 23. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
  24. 24. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
  25. 25. www.projecthappyfeet.orgMedia Coverage
  26. 26. Corporate InvolvementHow you can empower us to empower lives
  27. 27. www.projecthappyfeet.orgWays to support PHFSR Sponsorship in cash or in kind to defray cost Extend corporate network to bring in sponsors /participants Encourage employees to sign up as participants Make outright donation
  28. 28. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Crocs Sponsored 100 pairs of Crocs Slippers to be givenaway as treasure hunt items along the route Gave $10 vouchers Sponsored prizes for crowd interaction games onstage Extended one retail unit for Race Tag collection Hosted PHFSR Media Event Helped PHFSR and achieved branding + sales inreturn
  29. 29. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: South East CDC Gave dollar-for-dollar matching grant forcorporate donations up to SGD15,000 (i.e. if acorporate partner donates SGD15,000, SECDCmatches with another SGD15,000) Extended its network to help publicise, promotePHFSR Helped waive off permit fees Helped PHFSR and promoted community bonding(met its mission)
  30. 30. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Ben & Jerry’s Sponsored ice-cream vouchers for allparticipants Offered booth space at its Chunkfest to PHF topromote PHFSR Helped PHFSR andachieved branding + sales(and met its social mission)
  31. 31. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: Markono PrintMedia Sponsored the production of 5,000 A5 flyers topromote sign-up of PHFSR Sponsored 1,000 brochures for PHF Helped PHFSR save cost and met its CSRobjectives
  32. 32. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCase Study: StandardChartered Bank 117 employees signed up as one corporategroup Sponsored 50 children beneficiaries from MettaSchool for the event, and walked with them Created a picnic for the 50 children beneficiarieson event day Employees helped PHFSR reach fund-raisingtarget, also made a difference to their regularbeneficiary
  33. 33. AcknowledgementplatformsWe love to give back to you!
  34. 34. www.projecthappyfeet.orgwww.phfslipperrace.org Get your logo on our official event website, or even acompany profile and hyperlink on our “Sponsors” page
  35. 35. www.projecthappyfeet.orgwww.projecthappyfeet.org Be featured on our PHF corporate website
  36. 36. www.projecthappyfeet.orgFacebook.com/projecthappyfeet Get a shout out on our FB page, with a link to yourpage
  37. 37. www.projecthappyfeet.orgElectronic Direct Mailers& Print Ads Get your logo mentioned inour EDMs and Print Ads
  38. 38. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCustomised EDM Get your own customised EDM to send to your internaldatabase
  39. 39. www.projecthappyfeet.orgEvent backdrop Have your logo on our event back-drop
  40. 40. www.projecthappyfeet.orgToken presented by GOH Receive a token of appreciation from the GOH on theday itself – great photo op!
  41. 41. www.projecthappyfeet.orgCollateral Branding Put your logo on some of our collaterals
  42. 42. www.projecthappyfeet.orgGoodie Bag Put your vouchers / premiums into goodie bags toreach out to participants and volunteers
  43. 43. www.projecthappyfeet.orgPress Release Get mentioned in our Press Releases
  44. 44. www.projecthappyfeet.orgPossibilities are endless Many ways to collaborate to meet your branding/ marketing / CSR Have some other ideas? We’re open!
  45. 45. ContactTerence@projecthappyfeet.org
  • VincentWong29

    Aug. 7, 2016

Project Happy Feet Slipper Race is a non-competitive 3-5km walk in slippers (flip flops) to fundraise for education and training programmes benefiting underprivileged children and youths, especially those in developing countries. Conceptualised by Singaporean non-profit organisation Project Happy Feet, the event is run entirely by volunteers so that 100% of registration fees, donations, and spillover sponsorship cash can be channeled directly to pre-identified programmes. The inaugural PHFSR was held on 13 Novemeber 2011. Today, the race has gone beyond Singapore, to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam and Cebu Mactan Island in the Philippines. The event has raised in excess of SGD400,000, benefitting underprivileged children in Singapore, Cambodia, Vietnam and Philippines. Project Happy FEet Slipper Race is able to go the distance because of corporate partners and sponsors. In this deck, Project Happy Feet hopes to share how corporate partners have helped in the past PHFSR, and recommends ways for corporate organisations to get involved through sponsorship in cash or in kind, supporting through extending networks, volunteering and participating in the event itself. For more details, please contact terence@projecthappyfeet.org

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