A recent article in the Huffington Post stated that the top reason for millennials supporting a charity is considered passion. In a generation that is driven by this word, it is not unusual that what we believe important is not limited to personal growth; but also that of our immediate and larger communities. And with the internet (especially social media) making it ever so easy to become involved with charitable causes we believe in, philanthropy has become simpler and achievable than ever.

But what does that really involve? Click here for the full blog post.

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“The simplest way to raise literate children is to show them that reading is a pleasurable activity. And, that means finding books that they enjoy, giving them access to those books and letting them read them.” – Neil Gaiman

 Besides the textbook reasons why reading books is beneficial to people: such as improved grammar and vocabulary, a strong command in language and polished communication skills, reading books widens your horizon and builds a strong character.  Click here to read the full blog post.

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The Kenyan government recently started its HGSFP (Home Grown School Feeding Program) in primary schools across the country. However with roughly 70-80% of the Kenyan population still living in rural areas, a majority of primary schools are yet unable to reap the benefits of the HGSFP because of a myriad of factors: poor infrastructure, unpredictable weather patterns, and mismanagement of resources. 

How can this be achieved? Click here to read the full blog post.