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I enjoy volunteering and giving back to my community. Here you will find some of the things which I have done, where I experienced myself as a giver.

Volunteering / The Black Fish!


Tuesday, March 21, 2017

One of the world’s greatest tragedies is that the oceans are one of our biggest oxygen providers, but they are dying, overfished and polluted.   Since becoming vegan back in 2014, first for health reasons, then for all the environmental, ethical and cruelty-free reasons, I am now passionate about doing everything that I can to spread awareness ...

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Vevolution – Monthly Vegan Events


Saturday, February 25, 2017

Veganism is gaining momentum and I love being part of this incredible, sustainable, compassionate future.    Vevolution is the new kid on the block. Every month, Damien and Judy host sell-out, thought-provoking, inspiring events and there is also an annual festival, featuring some of the baddest vegans in the world. These vegans are making waves. Their mission is ...

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Building Grace Village, Uganda.


Thursday, December 22, 2016

EIGHT MONTHS - FIVE ATTEMPTS - 12,000 feet - mid-air heart-attacks - rain - puke.. When you are doing something that is bigger than yourself, you have to do it regardless the fears! After meeting Dave at a self-development event and finding out what a difference he makes in the world, I wanted to be a part of it. I love supporting ...

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Making an Impact in the Dominican Republic


Thursday, October 13, 2016

I have always wanted to do things which make a difference; actions that are worthwhile and meaningful, and cause positive changes in the world.   So, I was extremely excited when I got the opportunity to go to the Dominican Republic earlier this year to volunteer in their local communities and make a difference at the same ...

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Basket Brigade – Make A Difference


Thursday, December 17, 2015

We should all experience ourselves as selfless givers, even if it is only once a year.  I have experienced a lot of diversity in my life, from being homeless and sleeping at friends’ houses, to not having enough money to afford a Christmas dinner. I experienced all of this when we first moved to the UK, ...

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