Streetwear Fans and Sneakerheads: Here’s How You Can Give Back

Streetwear Fans and Sneakerheads: Here’s How You Can Give Back

Charity events in Singapore that you can contribute to.

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The holiday season is almost here, so here’s a list of three charity events in Singapore that you can give to.

1) Soles 4 Souls

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The Soles4Souls sneaker donation drive starts Dec 1 and runs through to Dec 15/Soles4Souls

The Soles4Souls shoe drive returns December 1, 2017. The upcoming edition is once again hosted by Singapore lighting company, Million Lighting.

Through a previous drive held March to April this year, Soles4Souls managed to collect 60,000 pairs of shoes.

For the upcoming drive, footwear that is gently worn or new are accepted. Donate generously, and you sneakerheads know you can.

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Date: December 1 to December 15
Time: 7am to 7pm, Mondays to Sundays
Venue: 203 Kallang Bahru, Million Building, Singapore, 339340

2) In My Shoes SG

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In My Shoes aims to collect 1,000 pairs of shoes in 2017/

In My Shoes (IMS) was founded in March this year by national hurdler Dipna Lim-Prasad and Deloitte Singapore’s Sports Business Group Leader James Walton. Their goal is to raise funds to give shoes to the less fortunate children.

How you can help: IMS seeks cash donations to fund their shoe collection, cleaning, and repackaging efforts to provide less fortunate children with shoes. IMS also organizes special camps to help these children build confidence, learn life skills, and develop both as athletes and as well-rounded young Singaporeans.

IMS aims to raise S$15,000, and has now raised S$13,400. The donation drive will run for another 110 days more. You can donate here now.

3) Break Bread Not Backs

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Break Bread Not Backs is a special event happening on December 16, organized by Park Bench Deli in collaboration with Obey Clothing, and Rishi Naleendra, head chef of Michelin-starred restaurant Cheek By Jowl.

The event sees the sale of a limited edition Obey collaborative tee (S$49) by Kristal Melson and grub from Park Bench Deli by Chef Rishi. as well as craft beers from Pirate Life Beer. All profits from the event will go to Happy People Helping People, a local organization that supports and cares for the cardboard collectors of Singapore.

Enjoy a day out at the Break Bread Not Backs fundraiser with food, art, and music – all while supporting a good cause.

Date: December 16
Time: 3pm to 10pm
Venue: Park Bench Deli, 179 Telok Ayer Street

Read More: Sole Superior 2017: People and Faces

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