livingphilanthropic: I’ve been working with She’s the First since the beginning, but nothing has touched me so much as when I volunteered to go to Guatemala with our STF360 series to produce a documentary piece for one of our partner organizations. Starfish One by One provides scholarship funds and mentoring for indigenous Mayan girls. During my week visiting Guatemala with executive director...
Remember that wherever your heart is, there you will find your treasure.– Paulo Coelho (The Alchemist)
You don’t love someone for their looks, or their clothes, or for their fancy...– Oscar Wilde (via kari-shma)
It is lack of love for ourselves that inhibits our compassion toward others. If...– Anonymous (via random-acts-of-kindness)
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livingphilanthropic: Living Philanthropic’s first blog post on Huffington Post!
kari-shma: Do not be entirely dependent on one person. Do not allow somebody else to be the driving force of your happiness.
Living Philanthropic: Guest Blogger: Maisy Page →
Check out my post on Living Philanthropic! livingphilanthropic: My life is anything but ordinary. From the age of five I have traveled around the US six months of the year with my dad going to his offshore powerboat races. Halfway through my undergrad years at Florida State University, I formed the philanthropic arm of the Offshore Super Series, OSS Cares….
”You cannot do a kindness too soon because you never know how soon it will be...– Ralph Waldo Emerson (via livingphilanthropic)
Don’t be so damn hard on yourself. Yeah, you screwed up. You’re not perfect,...– Stephanie Klein (via kari-shma)
When people don’t express themselves, they die one piece at a time.– Laurie Halse Anderson (via kari-shma)
Love is not a because, it’s a no matter what.– Jodi Picoult (Second Glance)
You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by...– Audrey Hepburn (via kari-shma)
shesthefirst: Students at the Arlington Academy of Hope perform a song — and nail it!
Living Philanthropic: Guest Blogger: Kituyi... →
She’s amazing. livingphilanthropic: My Life in School as a Girl Hi Readers of the World! Hear good news from the African girl called Kituyi Peninah Loyce living in Uganda, Bududa District and studying at Arlington Academy of Hope (AAH), located in Bumwalukani Village. Our school, AAH, started in 2004. It was my first time to…
Living Philanthropic: Guest Blogger: Arianna Davis →
livingphilanthropic: *I Am Superwoman** Stories about girls without access to education have always tugged at my heart strings. Books like Half the Sky and A Thousand Splendid Suns left me in tears, and I have a deep sense of gratitude and appreciation for the education I was fortunate enough to have all the way…
Living Philanthropic: June Featured Charity: She's... →
livingphilanthropic: Living Philanthropic is proud to announce that She’s The First is the featured charity for the month of June. We will be supporting She’s the First through the annual Girls Who Rock concert fundraiser as one of the Class of 2011 bloggers. GIRLS WHO ROCK is a concert bringing together…