Pinoy Otaku Festival (POF) 2018 partners with Hands of God Charity Works for its Cosplay for a Cause (CausePlay) during the May 26-27 evemt. Part of the proceeds of the event will be used to fund an outreach that will be done together by Naruto Cosplayers PH (NCPH) and Hands of God. The partnership was arrived at January 19 during an online discussion and with coordination with event partner FurryPinas 2018.
Who is Hands of God Charity Works?
Hands of God Charity Works is a non government group who believes in the value and connection of all life.A group of private volunteers who share their time, talent and effort to serve others. The goal was specific, but they always embodied a much larger idea to improve someones life.
Hands of God Charity Works wants to spread the message of hope across the Philippines. The organization is also raising funds and promoting awareness to instill faith in humankind and make a difference in the world. Through advocacy work and other activities, our team works tirelessly each day with the same goals in mind: to lend a helping hand.
How Can YOU Be Part of POF 2018 Cosplay for a Cause (CausePlay_?
Your attendance to Pinoy Otaku Festival (POF) 2018 can be a great help to make this outreach a success. Also, we will be giving 10% of the proceeds of some of our paid events. Here are various ways by which you can help:
- Why not also attend FurryPinas 2018.
- Donate at the provided Donation Box at the POF 2018 Registration Area
- Join our Marriage Booth events.
- Join Our Competitions and pay the Php20,00 Registration Fee.
- Donate in Kind. You can donate usable materials from a list which we will be posting later.,
- Join our other paid activities.
For more information on Hands of God Charity Works please visit this link.
Thanks in advance for supporting our Cosplay for a Cause (CausePlay)!
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