As a Singaporean, I’m always taught to be thankful for what I have, knowing there are other people out there in this world having it worse. But tbh, are you really grateful for what you have? You’re taught to share with one another and help each other, but have you actually done so? Seeing posts online about the sufferings of other people world wide, and being aware of their situation, does it do anything? Can you actually help them? Growing up, I’ve always wanted to give a helping hand to those around me, at volunteer shelters or charity events, but it sucks because how much could I actually change their life??
Here’s a great friend of mine, Angela (@itakebrunomars) who has been there for me when times were rough, and no matter what, she always inspires me to do greater than I could ever do from seeing what she’s doing right now. She’s currently on a 6 month internship at Kenya trying to kickstart a project on distributing a year's supply of pad to 300 Kenyan schoolgirls and she could use any amount of kindness you're up to share! —————————————————
These girls in Kenya have to miss school whenever the red light comes every month as they don't even have the luxury to be able to afford pad and hence they have to miss school for roughly a week every month. If you'd like to be part of enabling a girl in kenya to stay in school, do check out this campaign on Angela's insta bio or right here https://chuffed.org/project/wing-her-to-school to learn more about it! #KenyaAidTheFlow #WingHerToSchool ps love u Angie n I'm so bloody proud of ya