B(e) Kind 366

B, that's me. It's short for Brandy and b(e)ing kind is my thing. I'm doing an Act of Kindness every day in 2016! Find B(e) Kind 366 on Facebook and join me! After all, kindness is catching! For the month of July I'm doing a 100 item giveaway challenge. (Offline = $685)

Organizer: Brandy Robertson

Type Of Group: Other Community Benefits

Location: Brandon, MB


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The Group's Purpose

In addition to the Random Act of Kindness a day for 366 days, I'll be taking on monthly challenges in an effort to raise funds for three charities. World University Service of Canada's Student Refugee Program provides students in refugee camps with their right to a proper post-secondary education that enables them to change their lives, the lives of their families, and the world for the better. The Western Manitoba Women's Regional Resource Centre provides programs, services, and counselling on issues affecting women, including family violence while encouraging respect, diversity and equality with a feminist perspective. The Canadian Cancer Society, Manitoba Division funds research to find a cure for the disease that has touched us all in some way.

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About the Organizers

Rather than tell you about me, I'll tell you why each of the three organizations is important to me. In the ten years I have been a volunteer for WUSC (World University Service of Canada), the students who have come through the Student Refugee Program have changed my life, given me so much knowledge, and opened my mind and heart to the plights of others. The work that The Women's Resource Centre does with women in my community inspires me every day. Being committed to guiding and supporting women in a non-judgemental, positive way no matter the situation is something I strive towards in my own personal life. I, like most people, have lost multiple loved ones to Cancer who will always be remembered and cherished and whose fights deserve recognition.