The Lulu Tree is a nonprofit organization that is helping the people of Uganda, Africa.
The story behind the name and the inspiration behind its founding is truly inspiring.
I absolutely love sustainable solutions.
It’s like the old saying, “give a man a fish and he’ll eat for a day, teach a man how to fish and he’ll eat for a lifetime.” And that’s exactly what Wild Hope International’s Artisan Project is doing!
We flip the switch, the light turns on.
I take it for granted almost every single time—except when the bulb burns out and it doesn’t turn on.
For these refugees, a little light goes a long, long way…
No.41 is changing the world for one…
“Do FOR ONE what you wish you could do for all.” -Andy Stanley
No.41 is a sustainable organization that is doing amazing work and invoking long lasting change in Africa:
Trying to help rid the world of poverty is overwhelming. The sheer number of organizations dedicated to humanitarian aid is enough to make your head spin!
While this is a good problem to have in the world, it can immobilize you. One practical way to fight poverty, and even labor trafficking, is at the grocery store. Purchasing fair trade products is one of the most sustainable things you can do to help the poor. However, even that can be overwhelming. Thankfully, here’s a cool solution: