Happening this November 29 at Warehouse Eight is the Sharendipity benefit gig.
Sharendipity: a benefit gig is a collaboration between Share Movement and Nate Punzalan. Share Movement exemplifies its name–it inspires people to give back and share whatever they can to the community. As stated in their official website, “It can be your time, influence, talents, hobbies, connections, pre-loved goods, thoughts… the possibilities are endless! You just have to be willing to share what you have, no matter how big or small you think it is.” And so, in line with that vision, Share Movement together with Nate Punzalan, have organized the Sharendipity benefit gig.
If you’re still wondering if you should go, here are a few things you can expect at the gig:
A chance to give back
The gig is not only a night of creativity and enjoyment, but an avenue to raise founds for the Joseph Feeding Mission Outreach Foundation, Inc. (JFM). The foundation reaches out to communities in need of feeding programs and disaster relief operations to name a few of the activities they have. Ticket sales of the benefit gig will contribute to JFM’s Christmas Project.
Experience live music from up-and-coming local musicians
Meet YouTube vloggers
Hear a spoken-word performance
Catch Dani Nakpil as she performs her work.
To get tickets, register here. VIP tickets have already sold-out, but you can still get early bird tickest at Php 250 until November 28. Tickets are also available at the door on November 29 for P300.
Sharendipity’s partners are Warehouse Eight, Paper Shoot PH, Shophouse Coffee, Pajama Art, Niqua, Shop and Share, WhenInManila.com, Photography by Regina, Celebrate with a Beng, Ella Lama,Constance Styling, and Analogique PH.
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