Giving up waste

#GivingTuesday celebrates generosity. Every year on the first Tuesday of December, millions of people across the globe (individuals, communities and organisations in almost 60 countries) find a way to give back and get involved in their communities. This year, on Tuesday 3 December, The Constellation joins this global movement with #givingupwaste.

On #givingtuesday(3rd December) we will count on you all to give your small, feasible amount so that youth in places in Burundi, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda can be inspired by the people from Saparua during screening sessions of the As You Open Your Eyes episode Waste Time.
Our target amount is 2000 euro. Together we can!

Help us to inspire and make your donation on: https://chuffed.org/project/giving-up-waste

 

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