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The goal of the White T-shirt Farewell party is to provide a memorable and meaningful send-off for departing individuals, fostering a sense of camaraderie, nostalgia, and appreciation among attendees. By wearing white t-shirts, participants symbolize unity and celebrate the shared experiences and connections formed during their time together. It's a chance to bid farewell in a lighthearted and inclusive way, leaving lasting memories and strengthening bonds before parting ways.


Get your creativity and style ready because the ultimate WHITE T-SHIRT PARTY is coming to town, and you're invited! 🎉👋 Get dressed in white t-shirts and transform them into living memory boards. 🎨✍️ Mark your friends t-shirt with inside jokes, silly doodles, and heartfelt messages that'll make them smile every time they wear this shirt.
Trust us, these memories are gonna stick around long after the party ends! 😉
Here are a few tips to ensure you have the time of your life:
🎨 Bring Your Artillery: Grab your favorite colorful markers and get ready to unleash your creativity on those white tees!
📸 Snap It, Share It: Don't forget to capture every hilarious drawing, silly dance move, and heartfelt hug. These memories deserve to be cherished forever!
👕 Dress Code: White, baby! Come decked out in your most dazzling white t-shirt to match the theme and get ready for a group photo that'll go down in history.
Spread the word and let's make this farewell bash the stuff legends are made of! See you on the dance floor! ✨

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By organising this activity, the organisers want to contribute to the following Sustainable Development Goals
Counter Stereotypes & Embrace Cultural Differences
Diversity and Inclusion of Minority Groups
Mental Health & Well-Being
Showcase Cultural Heritage
Social and Cultural Integration in Local Community

This activity is part of the project:

Green Erasmus
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