It’s Day 365. I did it. I gave back to the world every day for 365 days.
Crack open the bubbly it’s time to celebrate! After a year of giving and blogging the day has finally come to post my final give. It has been quite a journey of learning, hope, compassion, excitement, frustration (being hacked was not the highlight … READ MORE
With just 2 posts left to complete my 365 days of giving I took sometime to reflect on all the people I have met over the course of 365 days via social media.
The stories that pulled at my heart strings the most are of the “Every Day Heroes” that are doing remarkable things to change the world. … READ MORE
Have you ever reused a gift? Some like to call it regifting. I like to call it reusing. It’s really an environmental movement waiting to happen. Is there really a point in letting things sit and collect dust when you could donate it to charity instead?
Day 330: Give 330
How many charity events have you been to that have … READ MORE
Africa is a hot topic for 365give. There is so much need in Africa and so many ways to help. This give was sent to me from a friend and follower Marcia Bujold. She volunteers her time using her expertise as a graphic designer to support Hands of Action. Today I wanted to support Hands of Action and … READ MORE
I love that people reach out to 365give and ask for support. I am honoured that so many organizations and individuals feel I am worthy of posting about their giving cause. One of my long time passions have been helping children in developing nations. I have had a dream that one day I will help open and support an … READ MORE
What if you had no source of transportation to get anywhere? No car, no bus, not even a bike. How would you get to school, to work, to receive medical care, food and in some parts of the world water? What if just a bicycle could do all of those things?
Day 258: Give 258
“In some parts of … READ MORE
Last night I attended a fundraiser for the Akin Afrika Foundation. This foundation has been started by a remarkable women by the name of Chelsea Peters. Chelsea and her partner Morris have started on a journey that will allow their foundation to take children off the streets of Lira, Uganda and give them a roof over their heads, food, … READ MORE