Hat off for the #greenlionbali#volunteer who join the locals
Gives so much joy, when you see that travel can be about giving back.
If you have a moment, check out @greenlionbali, as they are doing such a great job Bringing youths from all around the world that get a chance to learn from each other, the locals and share the love for travel and wanting to give back
#Repost from @lagosfoodbank by @InstaSave.DStudio
ARE WE READY? This time, Lagos Food Bank Initiative is set to visit the Destitute ground: Isale Oja at Agege, Lagos to feed 3500 vulnerable children and the destitute.
Following our visit to the destitute ground, we discovered that a section of the community is occupied by over 1000 destitute that go out to beg for alms and come back at night. It was also discovered that several thousands of households within the community struggle for basic needs of life. More videos of the venue coming up shortly.
Due to some of the critical conditions we identified/observed at the location, we are adding medical practitioners to our team to carry out medical examination and administer drugs to the most vulnerable people amongst the beneficiaries.
This exercise will go on concurrently with foodstuffs distribution, clothing distribution and several other relief items.
WE CAN'T DO IT ALONE. WE NEED YOU. Donate your quota. Leave the rest.
THIS PROJECT is coming up on Saturday 26TH AUGUST 2017. BE A PART. Show love to the Vulnerable Families.Kindly contact us on 07031295645 or 012918754
WHAT WE NEED FROM YOU:
1) Monetary donation in any sum
2) Children's clothes, toys, writing materials, Sandals, school bags and biscuits etc.
3) Raw foodstuffs
4) YOUR TIME... Volunteer
DONATE VIA BANK TRANSFER TO: LAGOS FOOD BANK INITIATIVE.STANDARD CHARTERED BANK,ACCT NO 0002221706 OR
Account Name: LAGOS FOOD BANK INITIATIVEAccount No: 1020057249 BANK: UNITED BANK FOR AFRICA
Big Mahalo to Courtney Teague and Honolulu Civil Beat for this coverage!
Folks, this is the Department of Environment Service's position on YOU taking action to help make Hawaii Cleaner and Safer: ************
Though residents are permitted to dispose of two loads of trash for free, it’s “bending the rules” for one person to bring trash from a beach, not their home.
If making our communities cleaner and safer for everyone is BENDING THE RULES, then I am PROUD to turn these silly rules into a PRETZEL with each and every one of you! We're not stopping, and Mahalo Nui Loa for all YOU do!
Awesome work by Robert Silva and team! Make sure to help them on the next one! Events calendar at www.808cleanups.org "Aloha,
So sorry, We're back on Duty at HCC and we start class on Monday so did not have time to post about last Saturday. The group that came in on Saturday was awesome we harvested, planted and cleaned :) Someone left their bag at the office with the Huli that they were going to plant at home :( I still have it.
The picture of just the huli was from today after 1 week from when we planted them :) Let It Grow!!!
Much Mahalo to everyone, hope to see you next month :)" #808cleanups#leavenotrace#stewardship#cleanbeaches#cleantrails#volunteer#cleanup#cleanups