It is with great joy that we share news about Novice Magazine, an independent literary magazine featuring the unique perspectives and ideas of young Filipino creatives, inspired by the locals, emerging trends, evolving culture, and everything young people love. Part of a passion project by a team of my fellow Novo Vizcayanos, Novice aims at promoting the spirit of creativity and strengthening the country’s artistic community by acting as a platform that celebrates young creatives and showcases their talent as they make their marks locally and abroad.
We, the editorial board, are preparing to publish Novice Magazine’s maiden issue, a full-color, perfectly bound, 260-page collection of inspiring feature stories, literary pieces, artwork, and photographs. Our goal is to raise enough money (Php 280,500) to print 1,000 copies and we invite you to take part in this dream project by becoming one of our sponsors/donors.
We offer the following sponsorship options to match the giving level that is right for you:
- Sponsorship of ten (10) copies worth Php 3,850 or USD 77.00
- Sponsorship of five (5) copies worth Php 1,925 or USD 38.50
- Donation of any amount
As a sponsor your name will be published in both the print and digital magazine, on our website, and official social media accounts. You can also donate your sponsored copies to your chosen school/s, individual/s, or organization/s here in the Philippines.
By assisting us in achieving our goal, not only do you support a vast network of local creatives, but you also help spark a love for reading in children as profits from the sale of our print magazines will go towards The Volume Project, our team’s volunteer initiative which plants libraries in far-flung schools based in Nueva Vizcaya.
Thank you for your time and kind consideration. Your support for this endeavor is greatly appreciated. Please feel free to contact us directly through our Facebook page or via email at [email protected] if you have any questions.
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