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halftheskymovement:

Sonia and Anita, two sisters living in India, are now able to see for the first time thanks to a simple operation funded by the organization 20/20/20. In a short form documentary from National Geographic, the sisters’ mother shares what happened when the bandages first came off: “Anita kept saying, ‘Mother, I can see! I can see!’” 

In many countries, blind children whose families cannot afford the operations end up being forced to work as beggars. 20/20/20 helps prevent this by funding the procedures, thus empowering them with the opportunity to create better futures.

Read more about similar surgeries at WonderWork.org  

How amazing is this?  20/20/20 helps restore 20/20 vision to blind children and adults.  Click below to support this great organization.

ourtimeorg:

These midterms are important! | attn: How do I register to vote?

Election season is approaching, help Rock the Vote by clicking the button below to donate and help engage more young voters!

In light of recent news, we’d like to highlight the National Domestic Violence Hotline.  This organization creates access by providing 24-hour support through advocacy, safety planning, resources and hope to everyone affected by domestic violence.  Please click the button below to donate to this cause.

In honor of the 13th anniversary of 9/11, we encourage you to donate to one of the many charities associated with that fateful day.  We’ve set up a Bubuti Act for the National September 11 Memorial & Museum; feel free to donate directly to this cause by clicking the button below.

twloha:

Jana Kramer and Alex Morgan wearing our “No One Else Can Play Your Part” shirt. 

Make sure you wear yours on World Suicide Prevention Day (September 10th).

In honor of World Suicide Prevention Day, please consider donating to To Write Love on Her Arms.  Click the button below to donate.

united-nations:

8 September is International Literacy Day!

The theme this year is “Literacy and Sustainable Development”. Literacy is one of the key elements needed to promote sustainable development, as it empowers people so that they can make the right decisions in the areas of economic growth, social development and environmental integration.

Learn more at: http://j.mp/QoqjYL

To celebrate International Literacy Day, consider donating to Reading is Fundamental by clicking the button below.

It’s not too late to donate to the ALS Association (without dumping a bucket of water on your head!).  Click the button below to donate.

twloha:

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop
(Source: agirlnamedaily)

Add social benefit to your social media: set up a Bubuti Act today and spread kindness.

twloha:

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." - Aesop

(Source: agirlnamedaily)

Add social benefit to your social media: set up a Bubuti Act today and spread kindness.

treekisser:

If you’ve known me for a while, you know all about the heroic Katie Meyler, founder of More Than Me, an organization providing education and resources to young girls in the slums of Liberia. Katie is currently in West Point, documenting the devastating effects of the Ebola virus and volunteering to help victims & the community. She’s not allowed to physically touch anyone, but that doesn’t stop her from spreading smiles :). Her unwavering bravery is a constant inspiration to me.

PLEASE check out (and share!) her stories & images at http://instagram.com/katiemeyler, and if you’re inspired to help combat this horrific virus, consider donating to Doctors Without Borders.

Way to go, Katie!  Click the link below to donate directly to Doctors Without Borders.