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Jimi X Posted Aug 9, 2007
I helped bring a bookmobile to my community to help kids in poor areas have access to library services without leaving their homes.
It might not change the world, but it definitely makes a big difference in the lives of the kids who get on the bus every two weeks. We've had 800-some kids borrow 25,000 books in the past three and a half years.
You don't have to stop a war or cure cancer to make a difference. I reckon that individual action at a local level is as important as the actions of the global politicians and world-leaders.
Malish Posted Aug 9, 2007
Help and support kids and poor people is great .... ..
But I am sure Some problems (dying kids in the world) could be solved but Some people Never let others do it ....You will ,maybe will keep helping there, But in the other part of the world Kids will being killed . What is the difference??? Is it a great relief?!
It is just like that....You built and I distroy....And how many times will keep it?! Unfortunately, all good people do is a drop of water!
Many thanks to you even if you keep doing it!
Malish Posted Aug 14, 2007
I hope you are fine.
I want to ask you something.It is just an advice I wish to hear from you.
There are such a site- www.projectsabroad.com
It is just for volunteers and I wish to join in it.
What do you think of this site? Can you trust in it??
Please,I need your help here and I look forward to your answer.
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