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67 companies, 67 individuals, 67 raffle tickets to win a KIA Picanto. That is the premise behind the Smile Foundation’s 2019 Mandela Day corporate challenge to raise much needed funds
67 companies, 67 individuals, 67 raffle tickets to win a KIA Picanto. That is the premise behind the Smile Foundation’s 2019 Mandela Day corporate challenge to raise much needed funds for Tygerberg Hospital – the institution responsible for performing pediatric facial reconstructive surgeries on Western Cape children in need.
TIXSA, has accepted the challenge as one of these companies!
Called the Smile 67 Challenge, the fundraising initiative runs for one day only, from 6am to 6pm on Mandela Day, Thursday 18 July 2019. On this day, TIXSA, their customers, staff, friends and family, will be able to buy raffle tickets to win the car. Ticket sales will be tracked, as 3@1 Business Solutions has their own unique online link via which our residents will buy tickets.
From 8am that day, a leader board will be created and from this each participating company will receive an email informing them of the total number of tickets sold and number of individuals activated within their organisation, as well as the top three companies (by number of tickets sold and participating individuals) leading the challenge.
TIXSA will promote the challenge to their staff and customers, both leading up to the event and on the day itself, using the unique online link, to drive ticket sales: CLICK HERE!
Customers and staff are encouraged to spend 67 minutes promoting the campaign to their networks on the day by distributing the unique raffle link via email, SMS, WhatsApp or their own social media platforms. The Smile Foundation will track all these ticket sales, with the individual responsible for selling the most tickets receiving a special prize.
TIXSA is taking the challenge a step further and is calling all their clients and suppliers to pledge 67 ticket as TIXSA is pledging 67 tickets upfront. Please click here and PLEDGE! And the Smile Foundation has agreed to issuing Article 18A Certificates in this regard.
The foundation is hoping to secure 67 corporates, with at least 67 individuals aiming to sell 67 raffle tickets each on the day. All funds raised will go to the Tygerberg Hospital to be used in life-changing facial surgeries for children. These operations are facilitated by the Smile Foundation – an NGO established at the request of Nelson Mandela to assist such children and of which he remains the chief patron.
All companies supporting this fundraising drive will be issued a press release after the event for their own marketing purposes, while the foundation will manage the broader PR and marketing campaign on social media platforms. The campaign page listing all participating companies will be available on the Smile Foundation website from 11 July 2019.
For more information visit www.smilefoundationsa.org