PanelPlace sponsors Charity Project "Make It Happen!" to help needy children

PanelPlace sponsors Charity Project "Make It Happen!" to help needy children

Nov 11, 2011
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Singapore, 11 November, 2011: PanelPlace is pleased to announce that it will be the official sponsorship of the charity project  "Make It Happen!" where a play, spearheaded by a group of medicine students from National University of Singapore, will be staged on 13/14 Jan 2012 in Singapore.

PanelPlace sponsors Charity Project "Make It Happen!" to help needy children

This sponsorship furthers PanelPlace's interest in contributing back to the society. The sponsorship is of special importance as it marked the first charity event that PanelPlace has participated. Additionally, since the founding members of PanelPlace were also graduates from the same university as the organizing committee, it provides special meaning to help the alma mater juniors with their events. "We are proud to have the opportunity to support a passionate committee this year who are working for a memorable cause. We are looking forward to the play and hope to raise enough funds for them." said Arthur Lim, Project Manager for PanelPlace.

In conjunction with the charity event, PanelPlace will also donate additional amount to "Make It Happen!" project when someone registers at PanelPlace's portal via this special link dedicated to the charity event: http://www.panelplace.com/?ref=makeithappen.


About Project "Make It Happen!"

"Make It Happen!" is a project spearheaded by a group of Year One Medical Students from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, hoping to raise funds for the Lighthouse School for Blind Children in Singapore. They will be putting up a play "The 6 Deadly Commandants" from which all profits will go to purchasing laptops to store E-Braille books and constructing a 'Cosy Corner' in the Lighthouse School Library. 

For more information about the project, please visit www.projectmakeithappen2012.com.

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