Corporate Challenge benefits
Operation Smile and MILK
Companies have opportunity
to fundraise through GIVE.sg
SINGAPORE, March 28, 2012 — The 9th annual J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge® in Singapore will benefit Operation Smile and MILK (Mainly I Love Kids).
The sold-out crowd of more than 14,500 participants from approximately 380 companies will also have the opportunity to extend their effort beyond the finish line by creating their own fundraising program for the two not-for-profit organizations.
A special fundraising platform has been set up at www.GIVE.sg for Corporate Challenge participants to optionally raise funds for the two beneficiaries. The JPMorgan Chase Foundation will be making a donation to each of these organizations in celebration of the Corporate Challenge. Leading a fundraising campaign through www.GIVE.sg would be another tangible way for companies to commemorate their participation.
To raise funds for Operation Smile and/or MILK, please follow these simple steps:
- Visit www.GIVE.sg/project/JPMorganChaseCC
- Inside box that says “Fundraise”, click on “Choose a Cause”
- Create a GIVE account or register a new account and follow on-screen instructions to complete your fundraiser page
Operation Smile Singapore is part of a global alliance of Operation Smile Foundations and Resource Chapters dedicated to providing free treatment to children and adults suffering from cleft lips and cleft palates.
The vision of MILK (Mainly I Love Kids) is to insure that No child capable of developing into a contributing member of society will be marginalised because of disability, illness, poverty or social circumstances.
Representatives from Operation Smile and MILK will be at the April 19 J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge.
Charitable giving is an important component of the J. P. Morgan Corporate Challenge®, with the JPMorgan Chase Foundation making locally-designated donations at each of the 13 Series events in seven countries on five continents. Approximately $2M US total has been provided to not-for-profit organizations in Corporate Challenge markets the past three Series years.