Paying It Forward
Paying It Forward is 5QLive’s Corporate Social Responsibility policy. It is our goal to create a business model that allows us to give back to society, as well as, help companies, universities, and individuals.
We’re small and we’ll be starting small with two key initiatives.
First, 10% of 5QLive’s profits will be donated to our local and regional charities.
Every user whether they be employers, universities, agencies, industry experts and individuals who create their own unique video profiles are invited on registration to nominate their charity of choice on where 5QLive’s profiles will be donated to.
We’re honoured to be part of what both these charities are doing. We impact adults for the better in our everyday work but it is our desire to help the next generation too.
“Club Rainbow (Singapore) supports and empowers children with chronic illnesses & their families by providing compassionate relevant services in their journey towards an enriching life.”
“Smile Asia is a global alliance of independent charities working together to treat facial deformities like cleft lip and cleft palate.”
We’ll skip our usual five-question format and ask you just one question.
Would you help us in our pursuit of making the world a better place to live, work, and play?
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