In our third installment of our mini-series ‘Faces of Face This’ we’d like you to meet Ilya van Haren. Ilya is our creative social media manager, taking care of our socials in a brilliant way. How Ilya was one of our first customers and became our social media manager twelve years later. ‘I find it important that Face This’s stories are shared as much as possible’.
In our second installment of our mini-series ‘Faces of Face This’, we introduce you to Arjan Klompe. As a treasurer+ he’s not only taking care of our figures: he is also involved in our overall strategy and business development. Or ‘developing new initiatives and seizing opportunities,’ Arjan likes to describe it. The senior manager of PwC is a force we can count on since 2018 and with this new ‘Faces of Face This’ episode we’d like to introduce him to you.
In our brand new mini-series ‘Faces behind Face This’, we’d like to give you a behind the scenes look into our small and humble organisation. We kick off with Camiel Mulders who just joined Face This as our Head of Fundraising & Sponsorships. How a 14 year old bodyboarder ended up as a sales director of WeTransfer, married at Bali/Lombok and now joined the Face This family. ‘I hope my sales experience will help Face This to grow internationally.’
When we designed our latest T-shirt collection, our aim was to help renovate a school on Lombok. But then the pandemic came in – including a total lockdown. This resulted in a myriad of families getting from a small income into absolutely nothing at all. That’s why we changed our plan about how we spend the proceeds of our charity T-shirts.
Due to the coronavirus, you’ll probably be drawing with your kids more often, right now. Want to up, both your own as well your kids’ creative skills? We asked some of the most exciting artists around to share some tips about drawing with kids. For today, artists Mike Perry, Ricardo Cavolo, Bodil Jane, Hedof and Ginny Ramkisoen are your art teachers!
Major earthquakes shook Lombok in 2018. On 29th July (6.4 on the scale), 5 th August (6.9) and again on 19th August (6.9). And because one of our schools was damaged heavily we decided to design a special T-shirt. With a drawing that was made by one of the school’s pupils, British graphic designer Jimmy …