Monday, December 17, 2007

Acts of Kindness 12/17/07

Bloggers Unite 12/17/07December 17, 2007

I went to one site and was able to give all these wonderful gifts that give more for people around the world. That one site is The Hunger Site Store. Click here to visit the store that gives more.

High-Efficiency Stoves for Darfur Refugees

When women venture outside of the refugee camp in search of fuel to cook their meals the are often raped. I purchased a stove that requires up to 75% less firewood.

Send Two Girls to School in Afghanistan

In a country where only 21% of women are functionally literate, improving the education of girls is one of the most lasting ways to increase stability, prosperity, and peace. My donation will outfit two girls with school uniforms and the necessary supplies for a year of school.

Feed a U.S. Family for Five Weeks

In the United States, more than 35 million people, including 12.6 million children, live in households that do not have enough food. My gift will feed a family of four for five weeks.

Feed an Orphan in India for a Month

Mother Teresa said, "If you can't feed 100 people, then feed just one." My gift provides a child in an Indian orphanage with one month of nourishing meals -- rice, lentils, milk, vegetables, bread, noodles, and even such children's delights as fruit, peanut butter, jelly, and small glucose cookies.

Supply a Burmese Village Clinic for One Day

My gift provides the daily essential medicine and supply costs for an entire village health clinic in eastern Burma, serving a population of approximately 5,000 people.

Help Cyclone Victims in Bangladesh

Tens of thousands of survivors are now struggling for basic necessities like tents, rice, medicines and drinking water. My gift will go to the relief efforts.

I wish I could have done more. There is so many people in dire straits today. Famine, disease, war, weather . . .

There are options for helping animals in need as well. Please visit the Hunger Site Store today.

Visit Bloggers Unite to read about more acts of kindness.


The Transparent Hypnotist said...

What a fabulous list and thing to do!

Thanks for posting this.

Ellie said...

Wow, those were wonderful all of them! How kind of you :-)

I've just joined Bloggers Unite. I think it's a great idea to get going doing some good.

Bloggers Unite for kindness Hugs for the lonely

RecycleCindy said...

What a great list of acts of kindness you have done. Keep up the great work and with your support wonderful things can happen. God bless and have a very Merry Christmas.

Anonymous said...

What a great list. You've made it very easy to help out. thanks

My Den said...

You have opened my eyes to the many options to help the disadvantaged in our society and i think your act of kindness, by writing this post, has contributed enormously to this campaign. Kudos to you.

Noelle said...

Hi, thanks for stopping by my blog!! I didn't even know the hunger site had a store, until I read your post, will definitely have to check it out!!

Rampantheart said...

This is really great work,Eileen!I really appreciate your doing something fabulous like this!Keep the great work going!Happy blogging!

CyberCelt said...

@transparenthypnotist-Thanks for stopping by. I downloaded your relaxation meditation MP3.

@lifecruiser-Girl, keep those old women in the retirement home away from your young husband. LOL

@recyclecindy-I really liked your neat bags crocheted from recycled bags.

@myden-I really liked your act of kindness. That involved serious work on the part of you and your daughter!

@noelle-I loved the shoebox of goodies for children.

@rampantheart-Thanks for stopping by and commenting. God bless.

Gabriel said...

Great list, fantastic things almost anybody can do.

Great job.

frenchkys said...

This is simply awesome. If people took the time to help even just another fellow human being, we'd all be truly happy and content.

Wonderful Bloggers Unite post. Cheers!

Phil said...

Great site! Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

Green Earth said...

Calling over to wish you a joy filled Christmas and New Year and to say thank you for being my blogging friend this year.

CyberCelt said...

@Gabriel-Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate the heartfelt comment.

@frenchkys-I agree with you. We should try to make a difference everyday. Cheers to you, too.

@Phil-Appreciate the visit and your post for Bloggers Unite.

@Green Earth-Thank you so much. I know we will never meet in this life, but I feel like we are true friends. Peace said...

You chose a worthy cause. May God bless you ten fold for your generosity. You are obviously a good hearted person. Have a Nice Day!!!

Marshamlow said...

Thanks for submitting this to the carnival. Looks like great charities.


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