Guest Blog: SDgs Light Challenge

Yonathan Parienti, former executive in major global banking groups such as JP Morgan Chase, Bank of China, and Julius Baer. Founder and CEO of Horyou, the social network for social good.
This world is the one thing we all have in common! By working together, we can achieve great good things for the future of humanity. Change for social good, however, is an everyday endeavor and it starts with you and us to inspire others around us.
To put this idea into practice, Horyou, the social network for the social good, has decided to set up the #HoryouLightChallenge for all changemakers, in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals!
As a proponent of the SDGs, our Horyou community believes in the power of positivity and is constantly spreading positive actions and ideas worldwide; and by ensuring international cooperation and inclusion, it directly promotes SDG#17.
Be a part of this global partnership and take our #HoryouLightChallenge. All you have to do is choose one SDG, support it with a positive action, and share it on Horyou.
Together, we can show the world that every expression of positivity, no matter how big or small, has a great positive impact. Each one of us, in our own way, can be a light within our own community and beyond. Share your light with the ones around you and the SDGs will be met.
To take the challenge and have a chance to win an all-inclusive trip to Singapore and participate in the Social Innovation and Global Ethics Foum SIGEF18 (or one of our many other prizes), we invite you to use your creativity and share your social good actions with Horyou.

#HoryouLightChallenge Instructions

1.     Create an account on
2.     Create your Horyou Light Challenge post (photo, video or text) on the platform with the one SDG that you have selected.
3.     Share your Horyou post via Twitter, Facebook or any other Social Media with the #HoryouLightChallenge hashtag, along with the hashtag of the SDG that you have supported (ex: #SDG7)
4.     Invite your friends to light (watch how lights work here) your post on Horyou
5.     Try to get the largest number of lights and win a trip to SIGEF18 Singapore

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