Have you snapped your #headbandforgood photo yet?

We are loving the ANZ #headbandforgood campaign raising funds for World Vision Australia! For every selfie taken and shared with the #tag, ANZ will donate $2 to World Vision to support their work in the Asia Pacific region. Now that is GOOD! Emma is a World Vision Blog Ambassador and she wrote this article forContinue reading “Have you snapped your #headbandforgood photo yet?”

Give more this Christmas – help street kids in Tanzania to get an education

Ok! I know Christmas is literally days away now and ya’ll are maxed out on shopping, buying, spending and the mania that comes with this time of year. I ask you to stop for a moment and look outside of yourself, your immediate community and even our own borders. Look to those who don’t haveContinue reading “Give more this Christmas – help street kids in Tanzania to get an education”

This is what hope looks like. #nepalearthquake

The situation in Nepal is increasing desperate as the death toll has now risen to 5000 and with bad weather rescue and aid supply efforts are becoming challenging. I’ve been speaking regularly with two friends on the ground and it’s heart breaking to hear what they are going through every hour. This photo provides hope,Continue reading “This is what hope looks like. #nepalearthquake”

The day you think you plane will fall out of the sky

A few days ago I flew into one of my favourite cities in the world, Kathmandu. My excitement and anticipation quickly turned to fear when the plane rattled through the air and dropped altitude suddenly a number of times. Flying into the Kathmandu valley surrounded by the world’s tallest mountains can be trying at theContinue reading “The day you think you plane will fall out of the sky”

Incredible Australian visits her Sponsor Child with World Vision in Haiti

I’m sharing another incredible story of my friend Alana Kaye who has again visited a child she sponsors through World Vision Australia. As a child sponsor myself, I know how incredibly important it is to see sponsor children and how moving it can be to have the opportunity to meet them. Alana not only sponsors oneContinue reading “Incredible Australian visits her Sponsor Child with World Vision in Haiti”

Amazing woman Alana Kaye visits her World Vision sponsor child in Honduras

My beautiful friend and inspiration, Alana Kaye, went with World Vision Australia in 2013 to Honduras to visit her sponsor child. She is currently in Haiti visiting her second sponsor child. This woman never ceases to amaze me in her loving, generous and kind efforts. As a #WVABlogger Blog Ambassador, I want to spread the wordContinue reading “Amazing woman Alana Kaye visits her World Vision sponsor child in Honduras”

Raising $2015 in 2015 for World Vision Australia

World Vision Australia is a charity I passionately support and am proud to be a blog ambassador for. In 2015, I vow to raise $2015 for this incredible organisation. Funds raised will go towards the Hope Street Children Project to support vulnerable street kids in Tanzania with education, care and protection. You can sponsor me here: https://2015in2015.everydayhero.com/au/emma-lovellContinue reading “Raising $2015 in 2015 for World Vision Australia”

BITE BACK wants to hear about the positive things you’re doing to take life to the next level!

We love this new promotion for BITE BACK as part of Black Dog Institute’s program for youth in 2015. Young people have the chance to make a plan for ways to challenge themselves in 2015 and even win prizes. Here are the details! Share your big plans to get the most out of 2015. SomeContinue reading “BITE BACK wants to hear about the positive things you’re doing to take life to the next level!”

How I raised $4000 for World Vision using Social Media

These are my key actions and tips for raising funds online for your favourite cause or event.

Emma is trekking to Happiness in Bhutan with Black Dog Institute

Our Director Emma Lovell is taking on another amazing adventure with Inspired Adventures and Black Dog Institute.  “It’s time for me to take on another challenge! This time for a cause so close to my heart, Black Dog Institute – raising awareness about mental health. From the 8th-19th October, 2015, I’ll be embarking on theContinue reading “Emma is trekking to Happiness in Bhutan with Black Dog Institute”