Browse an online marketplace before participating in workshops and discussions

If shopping, networking and learning for a good cause sound like something you might be into, then check out FestivalForGood 2020. Get ready to support social enterprises while participating in exciting workshops, panel discussions and more.

Happening from Oct 24-Nov 22, the festival returns virtually this year to stage its largest edition yet. Witness Asia’s largest celebration of social enterprises spearheaded by none other than the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE).

For starters, browse a selection of socially-conscious products and services at its online marketplace. This includes healthy vegan snacks, artisanal jewellery, sustainable homeware and furniture, as well as art therapy sessions and pottery classes. Customers who would require assistance or details about the products need not fret, as they will be able to connect with the social enterprises directly via a live chat function, ensuring a seamless shopping experience.

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Next, attendees can also sign up for interactive and experiential workshops hosted by the various social enterprises. Create miniature kueh figurines with clay, learn the art of coffee mixology, preserve flowers or even be introduced to emotional care and comfort through these thoughtful classes. Participants can easily reserve slots here, to receive their workshop kits in advance.

Plus, a series of virtual panel discussions will be happening as well, so festival-goers will be able to learn more about the social enterprise ecosystem; topics such as inclusivity, impact investment and conscious consumption will all be thoroughly explored at these conversations taking place via Peatix.

Finally, for the very first time, a dedicated B2B platform will be organised for corporate representatives to network with social enterprises. That means companies who wish to engage in meaningful partnerships will be able to find like-minded associations to connect with.

With so much going on at the FestivalForGood 2020, there’s no reason not to partake in this active celebration of all things good.


FestivalForGood 2020 runs from Oct 24-Nov 22 online. More information available here.