How about a small good deed this Christmas Season? #OLXPossibilitree


Pay it forward this Holiday season with the OLX Possibili-tree
This Christmas, OLX has partnered with Save the Children in raising funds that will go to programs dedicated to creating better lives for children and their families here in the Philippines. This shared goal has led to the creation of the OLX Possibili-tree.

“With OLX Possibili-tree, we would like to send out the message thatit is possible to reward ourselves while extending support to others at the same time. The full amount that we will generate from selling these secondhand items will be turned over to Save the Children to assist them with their disaster response programs that are especially focused on education and health,” OLX Philippines Brand Marketing Manager Jean Magboo.
The OLX Possibili-tree stands 15 feet tall and is made up of quality secondhand items that are up for sale from December 15, 2015 to January 15, 2016, at Gateway Mall cinema lobby located at the 4th floor.
“We are grateful for this partnership with OLX and we invite everyone to join by donating or buying any of the items on display on the OLX Possibili-tree. Your donations will go a long way in helping us support our sponsored children and their families to have better access to health, childhood development, and education. This wonderful gift will give them more reason to smile and feel loved not just this Christmas but all year round,” Riel Andaluz, Corporate Partnerships Sr. Manager of Save the Children.
Clothes, books, home appliances, bags, office supplies, and gadgets are just some of the quality secondhand items that will be up for sale.
#OLXPossibilitree
Aside from buying or donating items, everyone can help spread the word by taking a photo of the OLX Possibili-tree and share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram with the hashtag #OLXPossibilitree. Regular cash donations are also accepted at the OLX booth stationed beside the Possibili-tree, which is open from 10AM to 10PM daily from December 15, 2015 until January 15, 2016.



0 comments