Be a part of Spoonful of Sugar in Second Life and Help MSF

The 2016 Spoonful of Sugar event hub

The third Spoonful of Sugar festival, aimed at raising money for Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), will in 2017 take place between Saturday, September 16th and Sunday October 1st. right now, the organisers are seeking applications from fashion, home and garden and breedable designers and creators who would be interested in sponsoring and participating in the event.

Also known as Doctors Without Borders, MSF is an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation delivering emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare, providing assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.

MSF was founded in Paris, France in 1971. Its principles are described in the organisation’s founding charter. It is a non-profit, self-governed organization. Today, MSF is a worldwide movement of 24 associations, bound together as MSF International, based in Switzerland. Thousands of health professionals, logistical and administrative staff – most of whom are hired locally – work on programmes in some 70 countries worldwide

Established by Ever Courtois and Angelique Wickentower, Spoonful of Sugar (SOS) aims to raise money for MSF as a part of the organisation’s Vital Pact Campaign.

Those wishing so sponsor the event are invited to visit the Spoonful of Sugar Fall Event sponsorship page, and then sign-up via either the fashion registration or the home and garden / breedables registration.

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