Help ‘Spread the Net’ and make a difference


8127893-noen-----n-n-n--n--nPlan to change the world and donate now to the “Help Spread the Net” and make a difference..What’s your Plan?

Not sure if I said it before, but if you want to help me save some lives I am willing to start sharing this 120px-Gnome-face-kiss.svgcampaign again, so will you help? you don’t have to give your name but why not, it’s something you can be proud off, seeing my name scrolling on the list feels great 🙂 I can say I’ve saved a life and you can to.. 😀
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She was always strong, now…

her-storyDear Melvin:
When you took action on Care2, you stood with thousands of others who want to Inspire Change. All through the month of March the Canadian Hunger Foundation is celebrating women around the world the incredible difference they can make towards ending world hunger and poverty, when they are empowered with the right tools, resources and training.

Toyba is one of those remarkable women. She was always strong, she possesses an inner strength that pulled her and her young family through some incredibly challenging times, but now she’s been empowered to use her strength. And she’s dramatically changing her family’s future.toybahanks to generous, caring Canadians, she received a gift of chickens and training from CHF on how to best care for them.

Her story of change and success is inspiring. Toyba is now producing 28 to 35 eggs a week from her 10 chickens. That’s roughly 6 times the 2-5 eggs she was producing before your help; enough for her and her family to eat half and sell the rest every week for a profit. With the additional income she is able to afford clothes for her children, save for tougher days, and buy the cooking ingredients she can’t produce herself.

By making a gift today, you will inspire your own change and give a woman like Toyba the chance to change her life forever.

Plus every dollar you give will be matched at least 3:1 by the Canadian Government – putting even more seeds, tools, livestock, and know-how into the hands of a woman today.

Your gift of $20 plus the $60 match from the Government of Canada will translate into $80 of life-changing support for a woman today! $80 becomes $320. $320 turns into $1,280. And so on.

Our solutions are sustainable and developed with the communities we work in – each solution is customized for the women we are working with to ensure we meet their needs. You can be a part of this special change by making a donation to support CHF’s work today.unnamedP.S. For more empowering success stories like Toyba’s connect with us on Facebook. We’d love to hear about the powerful women in your life.unnamed

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March 8th is International Women’s Day!


Celebrated annually on 8 March, the 2014 theme for International Women’s Day is: “Equality for women is progress for all”. 

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This year, International Women’s Day was commemorated at UN headquarters in New York on 7 March, on the eve of the 58th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women, (10-21 March). See invitation.

Participants included: Ban Ki-moon, UN Secretary-General; John W. Ashe, President of the 68th session of the UN General Assembly; Hillary Rodham Clinton, Former United States Secretary of State, U.S. Senator; Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Under-Secretary-General and Executive Director of UN Women; and Andrea Nunez, Vice President of the World YWCA Board, among other dignitaries.

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#HeforShe campaign UN Women also launched #HeforShe – a new equality branding campaign, in which men all over the world are being encouraged to speak out against the inequalities faced by women and girls. Check it out!

About IWD

The United Nations began celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) on 8 March during International Women’s Year 1975. Two years later, in December 1977, the General Assembly adopted a resolution proclaiming a United Nations Day for Women’s Rights and International Peace to be observed on any day of the year by Member States, in accordance with their historical and national traditions.

International Women’s Day first emerged from the activities of labour movements at the turn of the twentieth century in North America and across Europe. Since those early years, International Women’s Day has assumed a new global dimension for women in developed and developing countries alike. The growing international women’s movement, which has been strengthened by four global United Nations women’s conferences, has helped make the commemoration a rallying point to build support for women’s rights and participation in the political and economic arenas.

Increasingly, International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and communities.

Learn more about International women’s Day

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My Thoughts on Two Issues…..

downloadI am writing this post to clear the air, there are a few issues I feel that I must clarify, as some of you have misinterpreted the meanings and or intentions, let me explain: (1) the post Historic Ruling: Judge orders Anti-Gay “Scott Lively” to stand trial for Crimes Against Humanity Crimes Against Humanity, this is not new Anti Bullying Legislation, I’m sorry to inform you, unless you have killed, assisted in the death of, and or are responsible for the death of 100’s of people you don’t have to worry about ever been charged with Crimes Against Humanity or anyone bringing you or anyone else before a Judge in a court of law, sorry but I thought it kinda funny, he is charged with Crimes Against Humanity because he did just that, two fine examples would be Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden for his involvement in 9/11, they were hunted down, once found it cost them both their lives for there crimes Against Humanity, this guy gets a Trail, there is no excuse for the taking of innocent lives, yes please stand for what you believe in, but don’t kill others to do it, so in reality this has nothing to do with Anti-Bullying. I will always stand for the love and equality of all Humanity as a whole, Hope that clears the air on that matter.
photo10417 (1)(2) The second issue relates to the article CHILDREN CAN NOW SEEK JUSTICE FOR ABUSES THROUGH UNITED NATIONS the intention of the treaty that was drafted by all country’s (states) at the Untied Nations to protect Children, but mostly in the developing world, where kids are dying of starvation, lack medical attention, sold into slavery, tortured, lack of housing, lack of education etc the ugly list is endless, and not only the children, their parents as well, whom for the most part only have agencies like “Plan” and “UNCF” to rely on. Here in the developed world it’s nice to have another or a last resort, but we have legislation that can and do protect Children, including Bullying laws that are only getting better. So the message is, on my 54th Birthday 04/14/2014 those kids in the developing country’s can start bringing their cases to the United Nations, only after exhausting all avenues and they can’t find a solution within their own country, only then can they bring their cases to the United Nations Comity for resolution. I think this is fantastic news and is a great step towards a world where all kids have equal rights and are respected, they have three square meals everyday, they have suitable housing and they all are entitled to, and get an education. So I am proud and honored that on my Birthday this year I can look back and recognize that accomplishment and nothing will ever change that. cheers and Lotsa Luv.. 🙂

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Plan: Where are They Now?

plan-2bannerslide-1-728Plan Canada founded in 1937, Plan is one of the world’s oldest and largest charities, working to end global poverty. Inclusive of all faiths and cultures, Plan has only one purpose: to improve the lives of children. This month’s “Blogger’s For Peace” post, B.P honors Plan Canada, back in 2007 after hearing and seeing so many advertisements about the poverty so many children in the under developed country’s were living in, they barely had food to eat or clean drinking water, and worst was their living conditions. Considering the current state of my own life at that time I had to do something, so I decided to sponsor a child, a little girl of 10 years old with two little brothers and mom and dad. The first letter I received from her, it was amazing to hear about how grateful her whole family was to me, saying Thank you over and over again for the help. I didn’t understand why they were so grateful after all it was only $ 30.00 a month, until after reading on, finding out her dad worked 50 hours a week for $1.00, that’s right “one Dollar” I now realize just how greedy we really are, and take all our rich’s for granted. Knowing they now had clean drinking water, regular meals every day, medical attention and a more suitable place to live, and all for my $30.00 a month, was a feeling like no other. So if there is only one charity you will support this year I recommend “Plan” A former sponsored child who is now a teacher talks fondly of his memories of being sponsored while growing up in rural El Salvador.

forpeace6Reach out to HELP a child, You can make a difference, Child sponsorship is a unique and personal way for you to make a difference in the life of a child, family and community. You’ll receive regular updates and can exchange letters with your sponsored child to see the difference you’re making. All it takes is about $1 a day, just $37 a month. Your donation is tax-deductible as a charitable gift. Former sponsored children have accomplished big things in Zimbabwe. Plan Zimbabwe held a celebration honoring 25 years of changing lives in that country. Among those in attendance were some of the first children sponsored by Plan in Zimbabwe.

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Plan Canada: Save A Life


People who do not respect those around them will not make good team members and probably lack self esteem themselves. ~ Pat Summit

Ndeyelou family2When we give to others it activates the areas of the brain associated with pleasure, social connection and trust. Altruistic behaviour releases endorphin’s in the brain and boosts happiness for us as well as the people we help.

Studies have shown that giving money away tends to make people happier than spending it on themselves. One way I found to increase my self worth, and to counteract all the negative issues that plague my personal life, the day I decided to research possibly getting involved in a sponsorship program act or a way to put some meaning back in my life, something positive to reflect on. So I decided to sponsor a child, Ndeyelou3which gave me a great satisfaction I never felt before, just to see the difference I was making.

I received letter’s with pictures and information from Ndeyelou saying  how I made her family and herself happy again. A little girl and her family (Mother, Father and two little Brother’s) who were in need of medical attention which they could not afford, they had no luxury’s, things we take for granted everyday and don’t give a second thought, clean drinking water.

Her letter’s told me of how terrible it was for them, her father working seven days a week, to receive a weekly pay check of $10.00 Canadian to support his family. Living in an environment and community really worst than what we would consider not fit for our dog to live in.

Ndeyelouand momShe was so grateful to me for my help, it made me feel worthy and whole again, because now they were able to get medical treatment, clean drinking water and better living conditions, an education, not just for her but the entire family.

If to help others is something you often think about, but don’t know how or what you can do? well this is one of the easiest and most rewarding things you could consider doing, for a small monthly payment, you to could give a child and their family the chance for a better life in an developing country, just imagine if each of us took one child, for even $10.00 a month, imagine what would the world be like?

Introduction to Ndeyelou family

Dear Terry, Sponsor a Child: Thank you

Your generosity will help make a difference in the life of your sponsored child including his or her family and community. You should receive your new sponsored child’s photo and profile in the mail in the next 2 to 4 weeks. Thank you once again for bringing hope and a better future to your sponsored child.

So knowing that, may I suggest you at the very least, take a look at changing the life of a child for the better, to feel that rush of adrenaline from the gratification and satisfaction of a simple act of kindness, I guarantee, you won’t regret the reward if you did decide to sponsor a child, want to get involved?