Proof Positivity: Providing Education

me2 What would it be like if your kids stayed home day in and day out?  What if you are too poor to offer your children books?  You would do anything for your kids but what if you didn’t have the resources to do anything?  Wouldn’t you loose a very important thing called hope?  Tamera has a solution.   You can help her send 4,000 children to school and provide much needed services that will help these children stay in school.  Can you imagine having a school where one didn’t exist?  A child who is learning to read teaching a mother or father who cannot read because of lack of education?  When you build a school it affects more than one and has a ripple effect.  Ripples are a wonderful thing.  Even if you can’t afford to donate you can Stumble her site, Digg it, Tweet it, and blog it.   If you would like to ask her a few questions she is hanging out at her blog or BlogCatalog.

A Climb Up Mt. Kilimanjaro for Charity


‘Access Hollywood’ Producer Michael Lewittes will be taking a hike up Mt. Kilimanjaro for the Kilimanjaro Education Foundation , which was founded in 2006, for the organization’s educational charitable causes. He will be led by one of Tanzania’s most experienced mountaineering guides and his team of porters from KIWISA on December 23rd.


“Over the past 15 years, I have traveled from one end of Africa to the other, and felt it was time to finally tackle Kilimanjaro,” said Lewittes. “And while that’s enough of a challenge, after learning from a friend about KEF and its projects for underprivileged children in Tanzania, I decided I wanted to end 2008 by reaching Kilimanjaro’s summit for charity, so that the children living at the base of the mountain can one day also reach their goals.”


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  1. Thank you so much! You are an absolute angel. Did you know that the Founder Cynthia Kersey brought that idea overseas as a result of working on Habitat for Humanity? Yep..brilliant work! Thank you again :o))) *hug*

  2. Had no idea. You are very welcome my pleasure. 🙂 I like happy news(I’m sure you figured that out by now 🙂 )

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