Humaneity Inspires: This Saturday!

Event details
Event: Humaneity INSPIRES Series 2012, Singapore
Date: This Saturday, April 21, 2012
Time: 1pm to 6pm
Venue: INSEAD Asia Campus, Level 2, The Claude & Tuulikki Janssen Auditorium
Address: 1, Ayer Rajah Avenue, Singapore 138676
Ticket price: $25 (adults) / $15 (students)
How to buy tickets: Go to www.humaneity.com to register!

Humaneity. An Inspiration Powerhouse.

For the first time since its inception, Humaneity will launch its inaugural INSPIRES series 2012 event held in Singapore this Saturday April 21, 2012 at INSEAD Business School.

Humaneity is an organization that inspires positive transformation to the betterment of the human race – one individual, one corporation, one NGO and one social enterprise at a time. Founded in 2008 by Mark Philpott, Humaneity’s ultimate mission is to INSPIRE + ENABLE individuals and companies to make the world a better place. In their own unique ways.

This inspiring event brings together the world’s most inspiring human beings to talk about their lives, their thoughts and their mission on how they contribute to make a sustainable impact on society.

It is all about inspiring, motivating and educating people from every walk of life. Showing everyone how easy it is to give back, either as an individual or through a company
Mark Philpott
Lineup of amazing and awe-inspiring speakers include*:
Veronica Gamez
Executive Director of aidha
Veronica left the corporate world in 2008 to work at aidha. aidha is the world’s micro-business school. As a non-profit organization dedicated to enrich the lives of women through financial education and management skills to become entrepreneurs, aidha knows that poverty does not offer many options in life.
Gregory Burns
Athlete, Artist & Internationally Acclaimed Speaker
Gregory is an internationally acclaimed platform speaker, athlete and artist. He has compete and have won several Paralympic Games medals, while breaking 5 world records! Having retired from competitive swimming, he has continued to complete the Korea IronMan race in 2006, and the Singapore Half-IronMan in 2007, 2010, 2011 and 2012.
Masami Sato
Founder of Buy1GIVE1
Following her travels and journey as an entrepreneur, Masami started looking at the power of connection and giving. Buy1GIVE1 started on the concept that ‘you can change lives just by living yours‘. Masami is also an author and public speaker.
Alvin Yong
Alvin will talk first-hand about the two-and-a-half months experience he and his family embarked on in Nairobi, Kenya. They lived in Children’s Garden Home, and worked hands-on to co-create self-help programmes and social enterprise projects for the community.
Bridget Tan

President & Founder of HOME (Humanitarian Organization for Migration Economics)
Living by the words of Mahatma Ghandi ‘My life is my story‘, Bridget founded HOME. A shelter and help center for men and women who fall victim to human trafficking and labor exploitation. The organization also engages the women migrant domestic worker community in skills development programmes, and education on HIV and AIDS.

Khairil Anuar

Co-founder of Kids Football Singapore

After 20 years of corporate life, Khairil took a sabbatical in 2012. During his journey of rediscovery, he co-founded Kids Football Singapore – a football school for kids ages 7 to 11 to learn life skills through the game of football.

Bernise Ang

Founder of Syinc & Singapore Woman of the Year 2011
Bernise started Syinc, a noon-profit organization that develops the ability of young people to create meaningful social change in ways that are adaptive, relevant and human.

…and many more.
* taken from Humaniety INSPIRES 2012 press release

See you guys there!


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