Fundraising Event:
4th September - 11:00-13:30 CET
Ipsos Go Further
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It is with great pleasure that we hereby invite you to our first Ipsos Go Further.

Ipsos Go Further is a fundraising event where we will go on a guided walk through Copenhagen for a good cause. The event takes place on Sunday the 4th of September 2022.

All employees, customers, suppliers, former employees and other friends of the house as well as their families are very welcome. There will be food and beverages for both children and adults along the way, and we will have both a Danish and English guide available.

Practical details: 

We begin at 11:00 at Kongens Nytorv (at the corner of St. Kongensgade and Gothersgade).

Participation is DKK 150 per. adult (18 years +) and DKK 50 per child which goes uncut to the Danish Refugee Council, the Red Cross or Save the Children (on the day you indicate where your share of the support is to be donated). Ipsos matches the amount collected (i.e. if DKK 20,000 is collected on the day, Ipsos donates a similar amount).

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