Aperture Effect

My Walk for Mothers

A guest blog by Lindsay Dudeck I stood in line, signed the waiver, watched the video, and waited. My turn had come. As I ascended the stairs to the runway lined with yellow jerry cans, I no longer heard the music. I didn’t notice the bright lights or the hundreds […]

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So Where’s That Money Go?

Photo courtesy of Charity:Water Today, we’re collecting funds to help Charity:Water‘s efforts in the Sahel Region of Africa. But back in 2012, we raised money to bring clean, safe water to people in Cambodia—collecting $1,005.87 to be exact. So what happened to that money? A fair question. And I think that’s the […]

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A Water Drop’s Journey

Photo courtesy of Charity:Water A snowflake falls. And then another. They collect each winter on the slopes of Younts Peak, part of the Absaroka Mountain Range that outlines the eastern edge of Yellowstone National Park. Landing softly…one on top of the other…they tightly intertwine their six-cornered sides in preparation for a […]

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The Woman Who Fell Down the Well

Photo courtesy of Charity:Water From Charity:Water, here’s the story of Aissa Marou who lives in the Sahel Region and whose life can be changed by the gift of clean water. See how. Aissa Marou lives in the Sahel region of Niger, one the harshest environments on earth, and you can see it […]

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Inspiration Begets Inspiration

Photo courtesy of Charity:Water Who inspires you? I’m talking real inspiration. Not the locker room, rah-rah kind of fleeting inspiration, but the kind that turns your life around. The kind that motivates you to look deeply within yourself and compare your life to the world around you. The kind that […]

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