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love to find out about inspiring campaigns and recently I was informed about Unilever Project Sunlight. It’s about creating a brighter future for our youth by fighting hunger, going green, reducing waste, and much more. They provide different activities so YOU can get involved and make a difference. Project Sunlight also posts very inspiring children!
As a part of the campaign, Unilever Project Sunlight has their latest film, “The Way Kids See It” (see below). This inspiring short film shows the amazing children around the world who want to make a difference. They even explain their ideas on how they can make changes.
The fact that children even think about helping other people is amazing. You have many adults who spend all their time being selfish and thinking of themselves and it’s absolutely refreshing to see children who take time to help people in need. They aren’t just standing by idly while people and the world is suffering. They are actively making plans for our future. I always see my little cousins actively wanting to make the world a better place. For fighting hunger, they definitely try to take all the food in the pantry and give to the starving. That is amazing that they are so thoughtful! My hope is that all children that want to actively help the world continue to do so as they get older.
Project Sunlight is about inspiring others to live sustainably and help create a brighter future for our children. I love the way the kids in the short film below share their clever and innovative ideas to help make the most of the space they live in and enjoy a better place for themselves and their families. When I was growing up, our youth pastor always encouraged us to leave the place where we were in better shape than we found it. That statement made a lasting impact on my life and I want to teach my kids to do the same. At our house, we recycle and the kids have started asking before they throw something away if it goes in the trash or recycle bin.