Piece of Talents

Piece of Talents strives to bridge the educational gap.

Partnered with Piece of Talents, Share Gift as a sister organization are dedicated to education service. POT is an online platform designed to solve the inequality of educational opportunities. We connect students who need tutoring but don’t have a chance due to economic conditions and volunteers who could not find a way to donate their talents due to time and space constraints. Do you have a passion for studying, but don’t know how to study? Are you a student that can make great achievements if someone helps you, but is giving up studying due to financial reasons? Even if only one student can get the help they need from our organization, then the reason for POT to exist is enough!

Seoul Branch

Support Education for Laotian Children

Partnered with  Gyunggi Love Volunteer Foundation, Share Gift Seoul is stationed in Dogok Middle School in Daechidong, Kangnamgu, Seoul, Korea.Dogok Middle School Students’ school club,Share Gift Dogok’s mission is to help and support education in Laos. Volunteers’ translation of Korean Folk Tales and Historical Biographies into English is sent to Elementary schools in Laos.

Visit Seoul Branch Here

Singapore Branch

Support Social Justice with Arts

Share Gift Singapore Branch’s mission is to uphold social justice and constitutional rights. Though the size of a ask is large, resources are not. Because of this, we rely heavily on volunteers and interns to help make our goals a reality. Put on an local event or crowd-fund through one of our partner sites – we would love the extra boost!

Baekhyun Branch

Support Mental Health in Sri Lanka

Share Gift Baekhyun Branch’s mission is to support Mental Health and Education in Sri Lanka by students’ fundraising and campaigns. Sri Lanka’s suicide rates are amongst the highest globally according to the World Health Organisation. In more recent times the country as a whole is moving away from the traditional cultural stigma that had always been attached to mental health in Sri Lanka. 

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