If your work allowed you to actually give children a better chance of living, would you do it?
It’s a no-brainer, right?
Well imagine my joy when I was offered such a situation for today, #UNICEFDay.
In writing this post, UNICEF’s partner, Hallmark Canada, will donate 10 vaccines to children who need it most.
Imagine that. Now think of this:
It’s the truth, really. We share and we chat and we like, but what we need to do after all of that is ACT. Spreading the word is something I am proud to do for important and meaningful things. And I am very proud to spread the word about UNICEF’s survival gifts. In the near future, I will be writing about the gifts I will be getting for the holidays for various people. For now, I want to tell you about just one.
Today, in honor of my mother, Grandma MOE, I will be purchasing two art-in-a-box survival gifts. In doing so, fourteen children will have the opportunity to create art in an effort to overcome the traumatic effects or disaster and conflict. My mother was so dedicated to my children in every way. She always made time to let them express themselves through art. And now with her gone, I know that art has helped my children express themselves about their loss.
I can only imagine the trauma that other children have experienced. This box will help children with otherwise no tools to express how they feel.
To find out more please visit www.unicef.ca
Disclosure: I was in no way compensated for this post, it is just something amazing I would like you to know about.