Is it fair when a child rides a Rolls Royce the first day of her life while another is born on the mud on a rice field?
Is it fair when a child can play with a dolls house in a jet while another eats wild plants for a lunch while parents working the whole day to earn less than $1?
Yes, it is fair. Because out of poverty rises a child who never stops working hard to meet his continuously hungry soul. Because out of the simple nature rises a child who are free to build the complicated future that push human race forward.
There had been Thomas Edison, Leonardo da Vinci, Michael Faraday, who profoundly changed the world regardless of their minimal resources, and the list go on... to infinity.
So it is fair that all kids and human beings were born with the same capacity to change the world. However, the world will not be changed if poor kids live on the edge of survival.
We are a few high school students from Vietnam, Nam and Hung, and there will be more, who think seriously about human rights and how we can give our hands to the little poor kids right now, instead of waiting a several decades until we become millionaires to help.
And fortunately, we have found out the truth that little help DOES matter.
Just $2 can save a family of 6-7 in the rural area for filtering their water for several years. All they need is to buy some gravels, sands, and use charcoal from their kitchen to filter pond water for drinking.
And only $1 can buy them nails or nuts and bolts to build a wooden scooter or a wind catcher that lasts a decade for their kids to play and be inspired by the magic of science.
We have successfully fundraised $500 from our own families and get encouraged by the campaign's mission to expand our scope of assistance to reach out to more village people.
If you would just spend 1' and donate $1, we can almost help another family with 4-5 kids. Yes, just 0.1 of your regular meal can change the lives of several kids, and can help them change the world!!!
Please join hands with us to leave a legacy for our lives. It's not that hard. 1' to spare and $1 to donate.
THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR STOPPING BY AND LEAVE A LASTING IMPACT! YOU ROCK!!!