Singapore government department National Council of Social Service (NCSS) and Institute of Mental Health (IMH) programme Community Health Assessment Team (CHAT) have partnered with The Drum to bring together the hive mind of the Singapore creative community in destigmatising mental health.
It is the first year that The Drum’s major annual marketing hackathon Do It Day will take place in Singapore and the two organisations have brought briefs to compliment the global theme of destigmatising mental health.
Do It Day is a two-day event. Hack It Day, which takes place on 10 October, is the main hackathon, in which teams will work on ideas for the briefs, with the best two being selected at the end. Do It Day, on 16 November, brings all the attendees back for one day to ‘Do It’ and make the winning ideas come to life.
It is free to attend in Singapore and The Drum is calling on marketers to sign up for the two days.
The event has been made possible via partnerships with R3, Running Stream, Alternative Genius and World Federation for Mental Health, as well as global media partners that are donating ad space.
To attend Do It Day in Singapore, sign up on the Do It Day website.