MANDELA DAY 2013: INSPIRE CHANGE

Mandela Day is not a holiday. But a day devoted to service.

Mother Teresa – a woman much like Madiba, known to have dedicated her life to serving the most impoverished of our world – is quoted as having once said “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.”

Join the Dash2Do team today, in casting a stone and making ripples across the waters of both homes and hearts in this great city of ours.

Newborns, Orphans, Veteran soldiers who fought for our independence but are now through no fault of their own, regrettably no longer able to fight the battle to meet their basic needs.
The homeless – Men, Women and Children in dire straits and with substantial need would benefit even more substantially from those items of clothing, toys, books, blankets and household goods stored and long-forgotten in the corner closet of your home.

Join the Dash2Do team today, in casting a stone and making ripples across the ages, generations, incomes and tribes. For it truly is in your hands, within your power to create a better world for these who live in it.

Get involved and make a difference. Dedicate your 67 minutes today to clearing out your closet storage. Then simply log in to dash2do.com and request for your free donation pick-up.

We’ll then collect and re-distribute the items through orphanages, hospitals, churches and non-governmental organizations to those who need them most. Any unclaimed items will be sold to provide some much needed cash for them to use.

Together, we take up the mantle. For a better today. And a changed tomorrow.

Dash2Do + You For Mandela Day 2013

MANDELA DAY 2013: TAKE ACTION

MANDELA DAY 2013

After his 90th birthday celebrations in London’s Hyde Park in 2008 Nelson Mandela said “It is time for new hands to lift the burdens. It is in your hands now,”

And Mandela Day was born.

67 minutes of service. Once a year.

Devoted to making a positive change in your community.

Dedicated to being the change that you want to see.

Together.

We take up the baton.

Celebrating Kenya

Today is Madaraka Day. The golden anniversary of Kenya’s independence.

Today we celebrate

+ the remarkable resilience and resourcefulness of the Kenyan people.

+ the treasure of our natural resources; forests, mountains, wildlife, ocean, savannah, lakes.

+ every man, woman and child in every village, city and town across this great land.

+ the memory of those that went before us – likewise acknowledging the presence of heroes present – they that tirelessly and selflessly fought to recover and restore our nation’s freedom, our people’s dignity, our pride and heritage.

We lift up the Lord of all creation in thanksgiving. May all of Kenya continue to flourish, thrive, and enjoy the peace and prosperity that He’s laid up for us all.

Proudly Kenyan.

Dash2Do