Bloggers continue to raise awareness for charities

Hopefully you’ve enjoyed the school break too and are having fun with your family.

I have a diverse collection of charity-related blog posts this month again, the heat and the lack of child care clearly not stopping bloggers to raise awareness for different but but equally important issues out there. I hope you’ll find them interesting and inspiring.

Firstly, I have Stella from Fashion And Style Police with the Yarang Llamisi Foundation. The reason Stella feels strongly about this non profit organisation is that female children are often left behind when it comes to education in Africa. Yarang Llamisi Foundation (YLF) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation, established in 2020, solely birthed to equip, educate and motivate girls of Zambuk town and surrounding areas. But read all the. details on her blog here.

Yarang Llamisi Foundation (YLF) is a non-profit, non-governmental organisation, established in 2020, solely birthed to equip, educate and motivate girls of Zambuk town and surrounding area.

Then I also enjoyed reading this post over at Ramblings of Lottie about The Alzheimmer’s Society and their Cupcake Day event which was a little different to what they had planned (thanks COVID-19), so they need your involvement more than ever! Read about how to get involved here. (You’ll also find a cute Mickey and. Minnie Mouse cupcake recipe!)

Ramblings of Lottie about The Alzheimer’s Society is making cupcakes for their Cupcake Day event. Check out her post to find out more!


A very eye opening read next: Emma from Happy Family Hub talks about her brain tumour, how all the check ups, scans and her life in general is effected by the disease. She also writes about how helpful she found the online meetings during this time with Brainstrust staff and other brain tumour patients via Zoom. Read more about her journey here. It’s very inspirational. Good luck with the next check ups and scans, Emma!

 

And finally, I have a very uplifting post about the Top Reasons Why You Should Consider Donating Charity. Sue has collected over on her blog. My favourite has to be: “Because You Can, Not Because You Should” Which one would be yours?

Are you supporting a charity? Please tell us more!

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About Eva Katona

Eva is originally from Budapest, but she lived in Australia, cleaned beaches in Ibiza and now settled in London. She has a green heart: she considers herself as an environmentalist. She recycles, reuses and repairs. A vegetarian, who prefers the eco-friendly version of everything and buys ethical products whenever possible. You’ll find great veggie recipes on her blog. She’s a huge yoga-believer who loves tennis! She’s also a former hotelier and travel expert having worked in hotel management for 15 years and with her family she travels a lot. She blogs about their journeys, shares her experience and writes reviews.

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