What we do
100 People Doing Good is an exciting range of charity events that connect expats in Singapore with extremely worthy local causes. These events provide a platform for the charities involved to share their stories, struggles and successes with an engaged audience.
Comprised of 100 People, 100 Women and 100 Men Doing Good, the ultimate goal is to raise the profile of as many charities as we can whilst raising funds for the vital work they do.
How it works
100 people, men or women take part.
4 charities are in focus at each event.
5 minute presentations by each charity are followed by a Q&A session.
45 minutes is around the entire duration of the presentations.
100 dollar donation from every guest means $10,000 can be raised on the night.
You learn more about the vital work the charities do here in Singapore and what they need to help make a difference to the lives of vulnerable people in your community.
You’ll meet a wonderful variety of people from different industries and countries and enjoy complimentary drinks and canapés.
What is required
100 tickets available for each event and are booked on first come first served basis.
If you’d like to attend an upcoming event you can register online or with one of our team members.
You’ll receive updates on the event and the charities involved.
You can invite friends and colleagues to register too.
At the end of the night you’ll donate $100 to your favourite charity.
You’ll leave with a sense of achievement and a lot of new friends!
Who we are
100 People Doing Good was founded by Brian Gillies in June 2015. Brian has always been involved in a variety of charities, both in Singapore and in the UK. The 100 People Doing Good team are volunteers and have extensive experience of charity work.
All expenses are sponsored in full by Brian Gillies which ensures that 100% of your donation goes directly to the charities.
Since our launch event on June 16 2015 we’ve raised over $288,000 for charities including, The Children’s Wishing Well, Star PALS, Dignity Kitchen, Child at Street 11, Aidha, Home, SportCares, Love Nils, The Foodbank Singapore, Guide Dogs, Trybe, Sanctuary Care and Daughters of Tomorrow.
100 Women Doing Good is one of my favorite new events in Singapore. It's a well-organized evening of curated presentations by local charities, and it's a great opportunity to meet other like-minded women who care about making a difference in the world.Elizabeth Pishny
100 Women Doing Good is a wonderful event to understand the work that local charities are doing and the obstacles they face. I also had the opportunity to meet and network with strong, career minded and kind women from different backgrounds. Highly recommend and can't wait to do it again!Anne Winston
100 men doing good is such a simple concept, bring like minded people together for an evening and more importantly a great opportunity for charities within Singapore to reach out to people they otherwise may not have been able to. In a country in which, we take so much for granted it’s great to have the opportunity to give back to organisations that work hard to improve the lives of so many.
In short a great concept that has the potential to do wonderful work!Tamas King
“100 Men Doing Good” delivered a very successful evening that brought together a group of like-minded people looking to help others. This one night raised over $10,000 with every cent going to various Singapore charities that help the many people affected by issues such as homelessness, domestic violence or mental health problems to name a few. The challenges faced are huge and it was great to help out and make a difference. It was a very worthwhile experience and will stay with all involved for some time to come.Adam Maynard
Charities we’ve worked with
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A Scottish economics graduate, Brian worked as a fund manager in the City of London for a large institution which also bought very large properties such as hotels, office buildings and shopping centres. The shopping centres particularly attracted Brian’s interest and he gradually moved across to the property side, along the way re-qualifying as a chartered surveyor and shopping centre designer. This proved a very successful move as Brian discovered one of his great passions.
Isa Schaller holds a Master of Science in International business focused on the Growth of Asia and e-commerce. She is also a qualified teacher having taught English at Oxford University, local government in Spain and to the management teams in some one of the largest companies in both Spain and China. She has lived and worked in over 6 countries the past 10 years and speaks 6 languages. She has also founded, secured investment for and exited a startup.
Lisa jumped at the chance to join Brian’s team in Singapore where she runs a programme of client entertainment and charity events, including 100 Women Doing Good.
She loves seeing big ideas become reality and bringing people together to make a difference to the lives of others. Lisa formerly managed some of the most successful fundraising events for Action for Children.
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