Transcarpathians are invited to buy a date and become philanthropists

18 November 2014 10:10  7584797 085721
Transcarpathians are invited to buy a date and become philanthropists

The original campaign "Buy a date" is available for users of multiple social networks. The campaign is held for the sixth time, but this time the funds raised will be used not only for the needs of children from orphanages, as before, but also for Transcarpathian soldiers who are serving in the ATO area. This was announced by the initiator and organizer of the campaign, activist Denys Man.

"Every year, the campaign grows. Each time, the number of participants increases. There are "lots" and buyers from other regions and even from abroad. The idea of the campaign is that some people offer themselves as lots. And other people bid for them.  Whoever makes the highest bid, goes to a date with a "lot" (for a coffee, a walk, etc.) and transfers the funds to the account. This year, 50% of the funds raised will be used for the needs of orphans and other 50% - for soldiers in the ATO zone", - Denys Man said.

The schedule of the campaign:

- November 5 to December 5 - the auction in social network groups.

- December 6 to December 10 - fundraiser.

In December and February, there will be visits to orphanages.

To participate in the event, you must:

  1.          Sign up (sign in) in the social network Facebook or Vkontakte.
  2.          Join the group "Buy a date - interesting people" (in Facebook - HERE)

or "Buy a date - help those in need!" (in Vkontakte - HERE).

  1.          Choose a person you would like to meet.
  2.          Make a bid.
  3.          Follow the course of the auction.

The initial bid for any "lot" is 50 UAH. The minimum increment is 10 UAH.

Currently, there are many interesting and famous people among the "lots": students, activists, volunteers, journalists and even members of parliament.

"Doing good is easy!" - they assure and invite Transcarpathians to join the campaign. 

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