The Pink Dot Movement

Pink Dot SG is Singapore’s most prominent lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) pride event. A volunteer movement created and organised by Singaporeans, Pink Dot seeks to promote greater understanding, inclusion and acceptance of the LGBT community; to ultimately bring them closer to their family, friends, and to the country where they belong. The annual Pink Dot rally at Hong Lim Park has grown both in size and stature since 2009 and has, year-on-year, consistently achieved a new record for the largest public gathering at Hong Lim Park — one that is both celebratory and meaningful.

Why Red Dot for Pink Dot?

Pink Dot has always been an event organised by Singaporeans for Singaporeans. As it grew over the last 8 years, corporate support for the event – Singapore’s de facto annual LGBT Pride event – was mainly led by multinational corporations like Google, Facebook, Twitter, Barclays, JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, BP, Bloomberg, GE, NBCU, Apple, Microsoft, Visa and Clifford Chance.

With the change to the rules governing Hong Lim Park last year, it is unlikely that these corporations, that are not majority owned by Singaporeans, will be able to support events such as this at Hong Lim Park. But more positively, the Singapore Government also clarified that local companies with a majority Singaporean ownership are welcome to step forward to fill the vacuum left by these multinational sponsors.

Darius Cheung (CEO of 99.co) believes that diversity and inclusiveness are values that Singapore companies would support. As such, he has initiated the Red Dot for Pink Dot campaign with the goal of bringing 100 Singaporean companies onboard as sponsors of Pink Dot 2017.

Together with supporters, Carolyn Kan (Founder of Carrie K.) Adrianna Tan (Founder of Wobe), Bjorn Low (Founder of Edible Garden) and other Singapore business leaders, the Red Dot For Pink Dot campaign aims to be the platform where other Singapore business leaders from every industry can lend their support to both inclusiveness and diversity in Singapore.

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Proudly Supported By

Fuchsia Sponsors

Coral Sponsors

Rose Sponsors

How To Help

Singapore Entities can opt for either of the 3 following tier of sponsorships and in consideration of the sponsorship amount, each sponsor will receive the receivables as set out below:

Fuchsia Sponsor

S$ 10,000

Acknowledgement in Pink Dot's sponsorship-related publicity.

Invitation to press and 2017 campaign launch event.

Logo placement on Sponsor Wall in park, event programme and post-event video (1st tier).

Sponsor statement included in press release and social media channels.

Booth in community tent and additional logo placement in banners.

Coral Sponsor

S$ 5,000

Acknowledgement in Pink Dot's sponsorship-related publicity.

Invitation to press and 2017 campaign launch event.

Logo placement on Sponsor Wall in park, event programme and post-event video (2nd tier).

Sponsor statement included in press release and social media channels.

Rose Sponsor

S$ 1,000

Acknowledgement in Pink Dot's sponsorship-related publicity.

Invitation to press and 2017 campaign launch event.

Logo placement on Sponsor Wall in park, event programme and post-event video (3rd tier).

Terms of Use

to support Pink Dot

  1. General

    These terms of use (“Terms”) govern the use of Red Dot for Pink Dot website (the “Website”) and Services (the “Services”) of Red Dot for Pink Dot. Please read the Terms of Use carefully and if you do not wish to be bound by these Terms and Privacy Policy, you should not continue to use or access the Website.

    The Website is an online crowdfunding venue for Singapore controlled corporation, Singapore controlled partnerships and Singapore controlled unincorporated associations (collectively, “Singapore Entities“) to contribute to the organisation of Pink Dot 2017 as sponsors.

  2. Eligibility

    Only Singapore controlled corporation, Singapore controlled partnerships and Singapore controlled unincorporated associations are eligible to use the Services.

    Singapore controlled corporations are body corporates incorporated in Singapore where (a) 51% or more of the directors are Singapore citizens; and (b) 51% of the shares are held by Singapore citizens or Singapore Entities.

    Singapore controlled partnerships are partnerships or limited partnerships registered in Singapore where 51% or more of the partners or limited partners are Singapore citizens or Singapore Entites.

    Singapore controlled unincorporated association are unincorporated associations formed in Singapore where (a) 51% or more of its management body (committee or council or otherwise) are Singapore citizens; and (b) 51% or more of its members are Singapore citizens or Singapore Entities.

    Red Dot for Pink Dot reserves the right to refuse the contributions of any entity who are not Singapore Entities.

  3. Cancellation

    In the event Pink Dot 2017 is cancelled due to government intervention of change of regulations governing Speaker’s Corner, all contributions will be returned to each respective sponsor.

  4. Disclaimer

    Red Dot for Pink Dot, its services and all information provided herein are provided on an “as is,” “as available” basis without warranties of any kind, either expressed or implied, including but not limited to, warranties of title or implied warranties of merchantability, satisfactory quality, fitness for a particular purpose or non-infringement. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Red Dot for Pink Dot expressly disclaims any warranty, condition, guarantee, term or representation as to the reliability, accuracy, completeness, and validity of any content or material on Red Dot for Pink Dot, and there is no warranty, condition, term or representation that the functions contained on the Red Dot for Pink Dot will be secure, uninterrupted or error-free, or that any defects will be corrected. Any and all such warranties, conditions, terms and representations are specifically excluded. Red Dot for Pink Dot assumes no responsibility for errors or omissions in the materials on Red Dot for Pink Dot, including factual or other inaccuracies or typographical errors.

  5. Changes of Terms of Use

    Red Dot for Pink Dot has the right to amend terms in future based on its own discretion. The Terms of Use may change or be updated from time to time. You are responsible to access and review the latest Terms of Use frequently. The latest Terms of Use will govern any future usage by you on the Website.

  6. Warranty

    By using the Website and the Services, you represent and warrant that:-

    • Your organisation is a Singapore Entity as defined above;
    • you have the authority to represent your organisation to use the Website to sponsor to Pink Dot 2017;
    • the decision to sponsor Pink Dot 2017 is voluntary.
  7. Governing Law

    The Terms shall be construed in accordance with the law of Singapore.

  8. Copyright & Trademarks

    All content on the Website is owned by Red Dot for Pink Dot and Pink Dot SG, and is protected by the applicable intellectual property and proprietary rights and laws. No other use of the Website’s content is permitted without the express prior permission of us, and, where applicable, the copyright holder.

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