On a Mission TO #turnonthesun
We had a request if we can send just a little solar to spark some #joy for the Aetas in #zambales and combine it with a camping trip in Lake Mapanuepe. Never heard of it? Well it is a lake formed by the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo located an hour North of Subic.
At #solaric we pride ourselves in providing energy solutions for every Juan - rich, poor or even the most remote indigenous tribes.
Special delivery for outreach goods. Clothes, water filtration systems, hundreds of slippers for the #children and of course #solaricphilippines to donate portable solar kits for the nomadic Aeta people.
Make your #life count #igers#instagood#instadaily#givingtuesday
So grateful I get to travel the world with our business ✈️🇺🇸🏜🌎🏖🤳🏻 I want to help more girls live their best life ❤️😍🙌🏼 Want to work on social media?📱🙋🏼♀️
Travel to amazing places 🌎✈️🏖
Say YES👇🏻👇🏻 or DM me for a chat 📩
Remember the economics course that you took in college? If you’re like me, you didn’t pass with flying colors, but there were aspects of seeing the world through the allocation of resources that fascinated you.
I have long thought that economics was an under-appreciated discipline in our sector, yet it’s most helpful in ensuring that we understand how fundraising really works. The textbook definition for The Law of Diminishing Returns usually looks something like... if one input is increased while all other inputs are held fixed, a point will eventually be reached at which additions of the input yield progressively smaller, or diminishing, increases in output.
For some of us, it wasn’t in Econ 101 that we learned that there can always be too much of a good thing. It was our first keg party in early September where we grasped what diminishing returns was all about. After the first beer, everyone’s having a good time. After the seventh, not so much.
The keg party also taught us that blaming the substance wasn’t going to prevent us from making the same mistake again. Likewise, blaming direct mail, special events, or Giving Tuesday for not ensuring that your organization accomplishes its goals is like blaming your last beer for your miserable hangover.
Becoming one with the cacti in Vegas 🌵
To me, the desert represents a haven for the reptiles that I advocate to protect. It is buzzing with unexpected life that reminds me of the reason I began nonprofit work in the first place.
Raising funds, rallying supporters, and pushing for change takes daily motivation.
Where do you find connections to your cause that refuel your passion?
'We cannot all do great things. But we can do small things with great love.' - Mother Teresa
What small thing do you love doing? I love picking colours for new collections. Have a wonderful week!! #monthoflove#passionfruitandlemonade
CRHS FBLA is volunteering at Brookwood! On 2/2/19, members of our club went to Brookwood to play basketball with the residents! Brookwood is fun way for us to give back to the community through our time. Our members had a great time and we are looking forward for our next Brookwood event!
What is your one word? 🤔⠀
I saw this at the Computer History Museum and was struck by it. So many of us are building our own businesses because we have a long term vision that we know will help others, and is our true passion. If you could offer one word to another entrepreneur, what would it be? For me, it would 100% be positivity. Stay positive always. Keep in mind that your vision is bigger than you and the impact you’ll make will change lives 🌱🌻
Combattere l’isolamento sociale e la depressione delle persone anziane attraverso l’interazione con i bambini, i quali, a loro volta beneficeranno di un ambiente familiare e avranno l'occasione di relazionarsi con chi custodisce in sé un bagaglio di storie e tradizioni. Questo l'obiettivo del progetto di Casa di Riposo "Andrea Rossi" Assisi.
Children are the future! 📚 #repost from FACE Africa (@face.africa) — "The importance of education cannot be neglected by any nation. And in today’s world, the role of education has become even more vital. It is an absolute necessity for economic and social development of any nation." - Manu Goel
If it's not a yes, it's a no. If they do not feel free to say no, then it is not consent. Consent can be revoked at any time. Please help us standardize consent culture.
With every purchase of this t-shirt, $5 will be donated on behalf of Dr. Laurel Henderson to the Joyful Heart Foundation's #givingtuesday campaign. This campaign is dedicated to ending the backlog of untested rape kits by changing the laws in every state.
According to the campaign, "Across the United States, hundreds of thousands of untested rape kits are sitting on shelves in storage facilities. Behind each of these kits is a person—a sexual assault survivor— waiting for justice and closure. When a survivor chooses to undergo the lengthy and invasive examination following a sexual assault, they expect that the evidence painstakingly collected from their body will be used to catch the perpetrator and bring them to justice; the public expects the same." The link to purchase is in the bio!
We are so excited about being part of the The Big Give #christmaschallenge18 – UK's largest match-funding platform – which starts next week on #givingtuesday.
If you want to help lift children with #disabilities out of poverty, read more about us here: https://secure.thebiggive.org.uk/projects/view/24106/Teach+a+Disabled+Child/
Every penny will count. Every #donation you gift, will be doubled between 𝟏𝟐𝐩𝐦 on the 𝟐𝟕𝐭𝐡 𝐨𝐟 𝐍𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫 and 𝟏𝟐𝐩𝐦 on the 𝟒𝐭𝐡 𝐃𝐞𝐜𝐞𝐦𝐛𝐞𝐫.
𝙊𝙣𝙚 𝙙𝙤𝙣𝙖𝙩𝙞𝙤𝙣, 𝙩𝙬𝙞𝙘𝙚 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙞𝙢𝙥𝙖𝙘𝙩
Another project we started near Imiri game preserve in Wedza from two containers joined by a huge roof. One Container became the carpentry workshop This picture shows the bee keeping project. The carpenters build the bee hives, and put them around the community. When the honey is harvested it is then sold . Also on this site is a sewing center which is very successful .