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Community Involvement

Community Involvement

SocietyNext Foundation

Reactivation Program

Social Purpose Reactivation

During these unprecedented times, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread, we have seen almost every organization across the world deeply affected – and that certainly includes non-profit and non-government organisations (NGOs).


How can we hope to re-activate community programs in a post-pandemic world? Social purpose initiatives can help create unique, engaging experiences that bring volunteers and sponsors back.


The SDG World Records ( program is the very first world record program dedicated to verifying future-proof, SDG-related accomplishments. By breaking records, you can draw the eyes of the world to your community and your efforts.

SocietyNext ( Foundation’s wider purpose is to make meaningful contributions to unmet societal needs - we believe that more record breaking means more sustainability improvements around the world! SocietyNext is therefore delighted to sponsor NGOs/NPOs around the world as they apply for their first SDG World Record certificate in a post-pandemic world.


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  • Any local, registered NGO, anywhere on the globe (corporate foundations not accepted)


Reward Items:

  1. SDG World Record Holder Certificate

  2. Record Holder Certificate URL for verification<RandomAuthCode>

  3. License of the Official Record Holder Logo

  4. Your name listed in the SDG World Records Book (upcoming edition)

  5. A copy of the SDG World Record Book (upcoming edition)


  • All application fee has been waived (sponsored by SocietyNext)


  • Projects must be able to be implemented within 24 months

  • SDG World Records project applications must also be:

    1. Linked to one of the SDG and its applicable target(s)

    2. Verifiable

    3. Measurable

    4. Must involve a “breakable” record

    5. The best in the world


Receive you own SDG World Record Certificate by mail -

take a photo and share on social media and the SDG WR website
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