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Current Campaign

One In An ARMY is proud to announce our 2023 Festa flash donation campaign, Ten More To Come, in support of FarmAbility in honour of BTS' tenth anniversary! Donations will assist FarmAbility combine the farming environment with occupational therapy to provide people with learning disabilities a space to build their confidence, independence, and skills. Fun fact: FarmAbility are also celebrating their tenth anniversary this year! The donation period officially began at 11:00 pm KST on June 10th, 2023. Everything listed in steps 3-5 under our individual giving instructions is optional, but extremely helpful for us to track donation amounts as we have no other way to see how much ARMY has donated (see our FAQ for a full explanation). Our hashtag for the campaign is #TenMoreToCome. The minimum donation amount $1.00 (USD).

How To Donate

Step 1) Visit One In An ARMY's custom ARMY donation page.

Step 2) Donate at least £2.00 (GBP).

Step 3) Take a screenshot of your donation watermark with your twitter @. Please make sure donation amount is VISIBLE but strike out any personal information (see example screenshot below).

Step 4) Submit this form. The form is especially important now. Due to COVID-19 many non-profits are overwhelmed and might not be able to track donations for us like they normally do.

Step 5) Quote-tweet our pinned tweet or write your own tweet about the campaign using #TenMoreToCome.

Example Screenshot

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About the Organization

From FarmAbility's website:

"FarmAbility works in partnership with farms and growing spaces to enable people to benefit from regular, active engagement in productive, outdoor activities with enthusiastic and experienced support as needed. This engagement with land and animals brings significant benefit to physical health and well-being.

If people with a learning disability or autistic spectrum disorder are unable to work, they may attend day care services that while entertaining and safe, do not necessarily engage them in meaningful occupations.  We know however, that like anyone else, people with disabilities thrive when they have a regular opportunity to participate in purposeful activities, to take pride in doing real work, to act within in a supportive team, and to feel part of a productive and welcoming community.

Farms foster this sense of community and offer an active, outdoor environment where people can engage in a range of activities linked to animals, the seasons and to food.  This makes farms ideal spaces where people who have struggled in mainstream learning environments can approach new experiences, build and strengthen skills, and gain confidence in themselves and in their abilities.  Everything that we do on farms and growing spaces is about enabling people to achieve in ways that are meaningful to them."

Visit FarmAbility's website to learn more about this great organization!

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