Now that we are officially 1 year old, we want to highlight some of the wonderful people who have supported us from the beginning. We’ll be featuring a few amazing friends and find out why they were drawn to the project.
This week we meet super friend, Nicole Mathew from Indianapolis, Indiana. She is a content Administrator & Marketing Assistant by day; Freelance editor/writer by night.
- How did you first hear about Love Infinitely Project?
I first heard about Love Infinitely through a friend on Twitter who is close to the project. She referred me to the website and told me I could possibly contribute.
- What drew you to the project?
After checking out the website and reading what the project was all about, the slogan “to transform the world through giving and being love.” I am a believer that you get what you give, and that this world needs more love. It costs nothing to give love and I feel if each person gave just a little bit more love, this world could be more beautiful.
- What are some causes that you are most passionate about?
A passion I have developed over the last few years has to do with literacy – helping others improve their literacy skills or to become literate. I believe it is very important for children and adults alike to learn how to read, write, and communicate effectively. It breaks my heart knowing that people all over the globe do not have the resources to improve or even develop their literacy skills.
- If L I P funded a trip for you, where would you like to go and why?
If Love Infinitely Project funded a trip for me to help give back to the world in some way, I would love to visit a third world country to help children (and even adults!) improve their literacy skills. I really believe that we, as humans, should have the tools available to learn how to read, write, and communicate with each other effectively. If we do not make these tools available to each other, how can we continue to evolve and continue to give back to others and to the world?
- Are there any topics you’d like to see covered on the blog or campaigns LIP should start?
I love everything I see so far! I would love to see the topic of literacy come up – I’m very interested to learn how some of the LIP travels have encountered literacy issues in various areas of the world.
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