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We have embarked on our second journey to Ethiopia with Global Hope Network International (GHNI). After we made sure our beds and clothing were sprayed down for bugs, we dug right in with the GHNI team to learn more about the progress since our last visit.
Many specialists come in and out of these villages. They make substantial improvements by giving wells, schools and more. These improvements are fantastic and help to give the villages the push they need to discover that positive change can happen. But what’s really needed is an generalist organizing mentality to help the village take its resources and develop long term sustaining behaviors that make the most out of these investments. That’s where the GHNI team comes into play. While these specialists come in and out of the villages, the GHNI team stays.
GHNI volunteers act as … Read More »
Next week, during Dine Out For No Kid Hungry, we have an opportunity to truly be the change – an opportunity to use our collective “Klout,” “Kred,” Reach, and Influence to give a voice to the 16.1 million children in America who are hungry.
In 2011, the Dine Out for No Kid Hungry raised over 2.4 million dollars with the online assistance of over 2,000 members of Team No Kid Hungry. We sent out over 10,000 Tweets encouraging friends, family, and complete strangers to dine out at one of the 5,000 participating restaurants. This year with over 8,000 participating restaurants – we’re going to need more than 10,000 tweets and 93 million impressions – in fact, we’re going to need double that!
It’s a big goal, and not only are we going to do it – we’re going to have some fun along the … Read More »