Constance Hall, a blogger from Perth, Australia, has helped inspire a massive fundraising push for a charity that supports young girls who have been sexually abused in Kenya.
As part of “The World’s Greatest Shave” organization’s efforts and despite having the strongest hairline in the Australian parliament, WA senator Scott Ludlam has vowed to shave his head to raise money for victims of leukemia.
If you haven’t heard of the Try Guys, they’re a group of four hilarious men: Eugene Lee, Ned Fulmer, Keith Habersberger and Zach Kornfeld, who take it upon themselves to try an array of scenarios and situations for entertainment and educational value.
A bunch of students in Australia made a calendar to raise money to end the drought in Sydney.
A Doctor’s Without Borders gimmick to raise funds.
Jake Brewer, a senior technology advisor to the president, was killed on Saturday while participating in the Ride to Conquer Cancer.
These are some of the headlines from recent articles about charitable endeavors around the world I’ve seen. The lengths people will go to, to raise money for their charity of choice. BUT…
Do you really want to get naked, or shave your head, or run through mud to raise money for what you are passionate about? Or, would you prefer to have a good meal, a drink, and some fun while taking four hours and $400 of your time and money annually to support charitable efforts of the needy right in your own community? From fighting illness, to homelessness, eliminating human, animal and drug abuse to education – all noble enterprises that make our community a better place to live.
If 100 of us in the New River Valley come together, that $400 quickly turns into $40,000. At our recent kickoff meeting on April 19, 2016 – we gained momentum. We have 46 committed women who donated close to $5,000 in 1 hour. Wouldn’t it feel great to give that and more away each and every quarter; to be a part of helping those in our community, where we can see our contributions making a difference?
I’m looking for a few good women here in the New River Valley to join me in the fight to eradicate all the need in our community. Together, we can do it! Check out our website (www.100wwcnrv.wix.com/wwcnrv) and complete a commitment form today.