Simple Living Media desires to do just that – Live Simply.
Simple Living Media is a network of six blogs who are uniting with the goal to encourage people to live simpler lives. They provide words of inspiration, and today each one is using their voice to inspire their readers to join them in partnering with Compassion International to sponsor a Child Survival Program in Woliso, Ethiopia.
As a community of writers who are passionate about living simply, they desire to help mamas in Africa, so they can simply live.
As you read through their blogs you can see their passion in wanting to take the time this holiday season to bless others, but don’t take it from me, read for yourself on how you can buy your holiday gifts and help others!
“My friends, some things are more important than Christmas cookies, and this new project makes my heart swell with happiness!”
“We, as our virtual “village” here, will support a village. Seriously? YES!”
“I got to do a little shopping and make a difference in the lives of these mamas and babies in Africa, too…Does this sound too be good to be true to anyone else? Amazingly, it’s not..”
“By signing up today, your purchases this holiday season can benefit the Ethiopian village we are supporting! It won’t cost you a single extra penny, but it can have a worldwide significance.”
“Doing something you were already going to do this holiday season anyway and you get a chance to make a positive impact in the world. Does it get any better than this?”
“I love this. Love, love, love it. The things I buy anyway can ultimately bless a village in Ethiopia? As I write this, I’m in tears at the very thought.”
This Child Survival Program, or CSP, needs $25,000 per year to operate. As a blog network, SLM draws over one million unique visitors monthly and as Tsh said, just think: what if everyone who visited our sites gave a dollar? Just think of what that could mean for these mamas and their babies!
We hope you will follow along with Simple Living Media as they impact the lives of these mamas and sweet babies in Ethiopia.