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WhyDid Wisdom: Blue is NOT Your Color
Written by: WhyDid | WhyDid Wisdom

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Even with all the beauty tips and hottest fashion, real beauty comes from within.  That’s why it’s always important to give back.  Instead of buying that new pair of Manolo’s how about donating to a worthwhile cause?  Often times we are feeling so sorry for ourselves we can’t seem to think about anyone else, but the best way to get through your own troubles is to help someone who is less fortunate.  Trust me, it could always be worse. Check out these notable causes and start feeling beautiful from the inside out.

Summit On the Summit

Over one billion people on this planet do not have access to clean water. Something you and I take for granted every single day.  Beyond that, every fifteen seconds, a child dies of a preventable water-related disease.  Join Jessica Biel, Lupe Fiasco, Kenna, Isabel Lucas, Elizabeth Gore, and several others in their fight for clean water by visiting www.summitonthesummit.com and donating to the cause. They will be climbing 19,340 feet to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds for clean water.

 

Children’s Cancer Research Fund

The Children’s Cancer Research Fund has raised almost $100 million in funds from high end events and fundraisers since 1980.  This money is used to invest in the research for a cure for childhood cancer. There are several ways you can help including donations, volunteering, and holding your own fundraisers. Visit www.childrenscancer.org to find out how you can make a difference in a child’s life.

American Humane

American Humane has been protecting animals and children since 1877. Through several different programs they have raised not only money, but also awareness about the cruelty daily affecting children and animals. Visit their website (www.americanhumane.org) to learn how you can become a part of the movement to protect our country’s most precious resources.

See, you’re looking better already.

xx,

WhyDid

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