Amy Lupold Bair, known for being the creator of Twitter parties and the founder of Resourceful Mommy, recently joined other bloggers and Compassion International on a trip to Tanzania. Read about what the trip meant to her and what social good efforts are in her future. I have only been home for a week and a half, so right now I am just coming out of what I am calling a jet lag fog. With that said, my mind is spinning with ideas ranging from more ways to help fund Compassion International initiatives to wanting to walk away from work entirely and bake and sew all day. Amy, what were your initial feelings when you…
Holly Pavlika, the President of MOMentum/Big Fuel and marketing to moms expert is in Tanzania this week with Shot@Life where she serves as a Shot@Life Champion. Shot@Life educates, connects and empowers Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save children’s lives in developing countries.
Food for the Hungry, a Christian-based international relief and development organization, is taking seven digital influencers to Ethiopia in July. Notables from the mom community include Alli Worthington, Kristin Howerton, and Alysa Bajenaru. The trip will take place between July 9 – 16 and the bloggers will be sharing their journey in real time via social media and on their blogs.
ONE, the anti-poverty advocacy organization (disclosure: I am a ONE Mom) along with the GAVI Alliance have invited bloggers to Ghana to document the rollout of the two vaccines.