Can you improve access to education with just a drawing?

This holiday season, with our campaign "Best Present for the Future" your coloring pencils may well provide some for those who don't have any.

End of the year is family time for many of us. Over the holidays we refuel and look back on what we have achieved. But it is also the time to show gratitude and think of those who are not doing so well. This year this is perhaps even more important than ever before. Covid-19 has changed the lives of all of us and it’s more than ever important to give back.

Driven by our wish to contribute to a better world the whole Comet Group is united for the campaign"Best Present for the Future”.

The campaign invites partners, employees or any Comet friend as well as their families to take some time over the holidays to draw their picture of the future using our template.

For each drawing uploaded on the website between December 8, 2020 and January 5, 2021 we’ll donate 5 Swiss Francs to Unicef, to help creating a world where every child learns. Although we think technology can improve education, we are also convinced that a fair access to education improves technology that provides sustainable progress, safety and quality of life for us all.

With 3 simple steps, each of us can create great impact.

"Year-end is the moment we should all join together in giving back and contributing to a better world."

Kevin Crofton, CEO Comet Group

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