“My top challenge is redefining what it means to be smart.”
Anoka Primrose Abeyrathne of Sustain Solutions: Creating Sustainable Solutions for Underprivileged Communities
“I wanted to fulfill the philosophy, ‘Teach a man to fish and he will never go hungry’ instead of just providing these people with temporary monetary means.”
Zoe Kelland, Rebecca Siddall and Annemarieke Blankestein of Nakuru Children’s Project: Helping Students in Kenya
“How could we be just abandon children who’d become like our kids, teachers who had become our friends, a community that had welcomed us as one of their own?”
“I wanted to ensure that no girl ever had to miss days of school during her period because she lacked access to affordable sanitary pads.”
“Why can’t giving back be a part of my everyday routine?”
“My day may be full of stress, but I find peace at night knowing that we’ve made a difference in a child’s life.”
“The real indicators of success are the teachers, students, families and community partners who enthusiastically get involved in SDSA programs to improve their understanding of the world we live in.”
“The Agora Projects are comprehensive impact-driven solutions to many of today’s global issues.”
With Uprise Art, we’re creating a sustainable model for art creation and collecting.
This is a story of hope, beauty and success.
Success is having enough of a profit each month to turn over a donation to an animal rescue organization, and knowing that my funds are used to save the lives of homeless or abused animals.
Our vision is to socialize sex, and to make #realworldsex socially acceptable and socially shareable, so that everyone, children included, understands the difference between porn and #realworldsex
Everything we do is “by girls, for girls” and when girls see that and thank us, I know we’re successful.
UPDATE: Today, Collective Changes offers just in time business expertise and education using IBM/World Bank Entrepreneurs Tool kit, mentors with business expertise and the opportunity to access credit.
Look good, feel good, do good – this is how Bulu Mango defines success.