Tiger Pay donates €55,000 to SiGMA Foundation’s record-breaking art auction

Posted: Mar 01, 2023 11:34 Category: Events , Payments , SiGMA Foundation , Posted by Maria Debrincat

The SiGMA Europe Awards art auction, held by the SiGMA Foundation in Malta this November, has received generous donations from various sponsors, including a remarkable contribution from Tiger Pay. The leading payment solutions provider has donated 55,000 to the latest SiGMA Foundation art auction, setting a new record for the amount of money raised from a single painting in all the Foundation’s previous auctions.

Titled ‘Unregulated Gaming’ and crafted by the renowned Russian artist Sandra Kowalski, the painting is a stunning piece of art that has the unique ability to change colors when exposed to ultraviolet light.

Shunsuke Kojima, CEO of Tiger Pay stated “At Tiger Pay, we are proud to have had the privilege of contributing to society through our support of the SiGMA Foundation. We are grateful for the opportunity to have participated in the art auction and to have acquired this wonderful piece of art. We remain committed to promoting corporate social responsibility and look forward to future opportunities to make a positive impact on society.” 

Tiger Pay’s contribution to the auction is a testament to the company’s commitment to giving back to the community and making a positive impact on society. Through their support, Tiger Pay is helping to advance the SiGMA Foundation’s mission to empower underserved individuals and communities around the world through charity work, education programs, and skills training.

On behalf of the SiGMA Foundation CPO Keith Marshall expressed “We would like to express our sincere gratitude to Tiger Pay for their generous contribution to our recent art auction. Their support has enabled us to raise a record amount of money, which will be used to support charitable causes that are close to heart. We are committed to making a positive impact on society, and it is through the support of donors like these that we are able to achieve our mission.” 

The SiGMA Foundation remains grateful for the support of donors like Tiger Pay, whose contributions help to advance its mission of supporting charitable causes. The success of the art auction is a testament to the power of collaboration and the collective effort to make the world a better place.

Artist Sandra Kowalski’s ‘Unregulated Gaming’ artwork, a unique painting with the ability to change color under ultraviolet light, was sold to Tiger Pay for a record-breaking amount of €55,000.

About Tiger Pay:

Tigerpay is a currency and virtual currency e-wallet for businesses and individuals who want a smooth international remittance and payment solution. Tigerpay provides a simple and fast digital asset platform that replaces complex international bank transfer and payment procedures and history management.

About SiGMA Foundation:

As the philanthropic arm of SiGMA Group, SiGMA Foundation’s mission is to empower underserved individuals and communities around the world through fundraising activities, charity work, education programs, and skills training. In January 2023, the SiGMA Foundation made a momentous achievement, as they inaugurated a 3-in-1 school in Jimma Bonga, Ethiopia. The school includes a kindergarten, primary, and junior secondary, and is expected to provide a solid foundation in education to approximately 1,000 students each year.

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