ICD Property joins The Polished Man

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15th October 2018

ICD Property is proud to support The Polished Man campaign though MAI Foundation again in 2018 after raising almost $5,000 in 2017.

MAI Foundation is the corporate charitable partner of ICD Property and a venture philanthropic foundation committed to supporting the empowerment of young people through social enterprise.

What is The Polished Man? The Polished Man is a charity that believes it shouldn’t hurt to be a child and growing up shouldn’t be scary. The charity’s goal is to end violence against children by funding trauma prevention and trauma recovery programs for victims of child violence.

Unfortunately, one child dies every five minutes across the world at the hands of violence. Which The Polished Man and ICD Property think is one too many.

This is why the entire ICD Property team has painted one nail to represent this statistic and hopefully spark meaningful conversations that inspire donations to help fund the much-needed programs The Polished Man facilitates.

ICD Property encourages everybody to similarly get involved by painting one nail too and heading to ICD Property’s online team to donate towards this worthwhile charity!

Help us nail this problem into the ground.

Every dollar raised goes towards ending violence against children, for good. Help us protect those who can’t protect themselves. Become a Polished Man or Polished (Wo)man by painting one of your nails, donating, starting conversations – and help us end violence against children.

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