During the course of my second year in school, Unicef held a competition to design an invitation card for a benefit dinner to raise more awareness of babies born with the HIV virus in third-world countries.
Certain guidelines had to be maintained.
The card had to consist of two sides. The front had to be an original image or photo, somehow resembling the cause they are fighting for, which is stopping / curing infants born with HIV.
Also, the logo of the school ( ROC Flevoland ) had to be on the front of the card.
It also had to include a RSVP, for invitees to reply if they would attend and how. This all had to be in the same style of the card itself.
The people of Unicef told us what they did, what they expected from us and all that jazz.
During the speech ( Or through some text, I don't remember, it's some time ago ) they said; With only 75 cents, we can buy medicine, to help these people. 75 cents. The dinner invitations was given to a fair amount of high-class people, which all donated a minimum of 50 euros.
As a reward, I was able to enjoy a fabulous meal for free.