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Me To We Everyday!
Transcript of Me To We Everyday!
Me to We
trying to live the Me to We lifestyle.
In Me to We, we are trying to
others to live a Me to We lifestyle today
Remember that small favors can easily
put a smile on a friend's face. You may lend a pencil to someone who needs one or you could just
say 'hi' to someone you don't talk to as much;
think of filling someone's bucket! It's all about
the Me to We lifestyle!
DO YOU REMEMBER THE COOKIE SALE AT S.I.B LAST YEAR?
We collected $740 from the cookie
sale. We will sell the amount of money
to the Creation of Hope. With this money, we wanted Creation of Hope to spend the money towards solar lamps for those people who have
a disadvantage of getting light at night in Kenya.
Kids holding mini
solar lamps in a dark
hut at night.
WHAT IS CREATION OF HOPE?
Creation of Hope-
This group is a charity which started in 2007 when Eric Walter, an induvidual who created creation of hope and traveled to Kenya With his son to visit the family of a close Kenyan, Canadian friend. Eric got inspired to start this charity when he had met with a young orphan boy, Matuku, in the marketplace of Kikima, Kenya. After outreaching this 1 orphan boy and there were more than 40. This charity currently supports over 400 orphans and impoverished children throughout the area.
WHAT ARE SOLAR LAMPS
This unique lamp isn't battery powered,
like the lamps at our homes. A solar lamp
sucks in as much sunlight as it can in the daytime and uses the energy at night.
In Kenya the temperature is very hot and sunny,
so the lamp will be able to use the sun like it's natural battery. Many Kenyans don't have electricity inside their homes, so this will be a great benefit for them.
Each lamp costs about $40, which means if we
give at least one lamp per family, only 18
families will have light at the night time. The amount
of families we are helping might seem less, but it's
a great start on helping others. THANK YOU
FOR THE SUPPORT S.I.B!
There are countless ways that you could show
Me to We just by doing random acts of
kindness. For example, you may help a friend
pick up his/her pencil case from the ground if it slipped from their hand or, help your teacher erase
the whiteboard. There are many people you could
help, they don't only have to be your friend.
THIS IS A SOLAR LAMP