I’ve always liked German football club Borussia Dortmund. 

It started back in 1992, when Australian star Ned Zelic joined Dortmund. 

I also remember my excitement in 2012, when I watched young Aussie goalkeeper Mitch Langerak play in the DFB-Pokal final – a 5-2 win for Dortmund over Bayern Munich.

Here’s another thing I love – meeting strangers. I’m in the process of having lunch with 500 strangers in five years.

So I was delighted when I learned Roslyn Gay, the 101st person I’ve met on my #500lunches quest, had partnered with Borussia Dortmund, via her company, Brand Connexxion.

When I met Ros in June, I quickly discovered she’s an amazing person who devotes an enormous amount of time and energy to helping others.

Brand Connexxion has been running corporate social responsibility (CSR) events for the past 10 years. Now, Brand Connexxion has partnered with Borussia Dortmund, to organise CSR events for underprivileged children across Southeast Asia.

Ros is looking for organisations, philanthropists or wealthy individuals who’d like to support these events. All the projects will be filmed and broadcast worldwide, which means companies will not just be doing good, but will also be seen to be doing good.

Interested? Contact Ros at roslyn.gay@gmail.com for more information.