by Lidi https://youtu.be/86aStXXZhmg For you, handmade with Canadian and Australian love! Let me know if you would like a video of your own for you to promote your business or showcase personal memories Thanks to Ash & Emblem and Gogo Grandmothers Meet Rebecca Lynch-Wells, a Canadian expat living in Australia. She's the founder of Ash… Continue reading New Sunshine in Malawi Video – Please Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel
by Lidi Brock Why, hello there, heroes. It's been a crazy couple of months organizing Planet Hope's first startup campaign. It's been a lot of hard work for us at Planet Hope, Gogo Grandmothers, and Ash & Emblem. But why do we do it? For glory and riches, of course. You could take me at… Continue reading Why is it important to help kids in Malawi, anyway?
By Emmy McKirgan You have the right to party. You have the right to remain silent. You have the right to be an attorney or to an attorney? Hmmm there are so many rights we have heard, but which ones are misused? We need to be more engaged in human rights issues, knowing what those… Continue reading You Have the Right To…
Hi guys! I'm so excited to announce that our new branded items from Botanical Paperworks have arrived! Order soon for the holidays, and plant them in your house or garden when you're done with them! Grow some amazing wildflowers from their custom seed paper, and save the environment while staying organized! Calendars, notebooks, and pencil… Continue reading Botanical Paperworks Swag is Here!
Well, we did it! Thanks so much to everyone who participated in our first Giving Tuesday Survey. While the response rate is too low to generalize results, we hope you will find the responses encouraging. Here are a few things we learned from those who responded: All of the respondents were Christian organizationsFacebook was voted… Continue reading Giving Tuesday Survey Results
by Emmy McKirgan It seems incomprehensible that in this day and age women still need to be afraid! Why is it that in 2020 women are afraid for their lives, their children's lives and their livelihoods? When I was asked to write about this topic, I was taken aback that this would be a subject… Continue reading When Will the Violence Against Women End?
by Jennifer Copeland Today is World Children’s Day. Since 1954, United Nations has marked the 20th of November every year as the day to celebrate children, their rights, and their power to bring about change. Around the world, change is needed. The precursor to change is awareness, so here we are, on this day, raising… Continue reading Voices of Youth
Colombia is bordered on the northwest by Panama, on the east by Venezuela and Brazil, and on the southwest by Peru and Ecuador. Through the western half of the country, three Andean ranges run north and south. The eastern half is a low, jungle-covered plain, drained by spurs of the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers, inhabited… Continue reading Colombia
The Russian Federation is the largest of the 21 republics that make up the Commonwealth of Independent States. It occupies most of eastern Europe and north Asia, stretching from the Baltic Sea in the west to the Pacific Ocean in the east, and from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the Black Sea and… Continue reading Russia
Located in central Europe, Germany is made up of the North German Plain, the Central German Uplands (Mittelgebirge), and the Southern German Highlands. The Bavarian plateau in the southwest averages 1,600 ft (488 m) above sea level, but it reaches 9,721 ft (2,962 m) in the Zugspitze Mountains, the highest point in the country. Germany's… Continue reading Germany