Jul 7, 2014

Singapore DAN employees give 'gift of art'

More than 350 employees of Dentsu Aegis Network agencies in Singapore, in partnership with the President's Challenge, dedicated a day of their time on Friday to engage in art activities with underprivileged children and elderly citizens across Singapore. Activities included working together to create murals. The effort was part of the network's ‘One Day for Change’ initiative, which gives its more then 9,000 APAC employees the chance to give a day to the cause or charity of their choice. All agencies in a country take part on the same day to create maximum positive impact.

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