I hope that people are affected by children in Ghana, who desperately need higher education.
I grew up with bundles of books and began reading classic novels at a very young age. Jane Eyre, Little Women, Hunchback of Notre Dame were some of my favorites. I think I became near-sided during elementary school because I read so much. I couldn’t imagine a childhood without books, they fed my imagination and creativity. I wouldn’t be the person that I am today without all sorts of stories and novels to grow up with.
It’s always a great pleasure speaking with people who work for a cause, it reminds me the good of the world. Meeting the team at Worldreader in Barcelona, of all places, was a special treat. After conducting a number of interviews in Spanish (which I needed a translator for,) and French, I was elated to sit in a room with a group of ex-pats, who opened up candidly about what truly matters to them.
I immediately gravitated toward Worldreader’s story. I wanted to share it with the rest of the world, hence this article is part of Jetset Times’ launch week. I hope that people are affected by children in Ghana, who desperately need higher education or simply possess libraries in their hands. It takes only $5. Don’t wait until retirement to act. Start helping and do your part to make a difference. It goes a long way.
Donate your $5 here!