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For 67 years Nelson Mandela fought in a lopsided battle for justice. “It always seems impossible until it’s done,” he said famously. Today marks the fifth annual “Nelson Mandela International Day” where people are asked to help others for 67 minutes – one minute for every year that Mr. Mandela served the public. Mandela Day is a global call to action that celebrates the idea that YOU have the power to make a difference in the world.
To unite in the global cause to end poverty, promote peace and reconciliation in the next six to seven minutes you can partner with us.
Here’s how you can make a difference.
Our food bank shelves are nearly bare. And we urgently need your help. One out of three food bank users are children. Your $20 gift feeds 40 hungry children and you can give now.
In 67 minutes you can kick-start a food drive with your colleagues at work, with your friends and family, or with your church group. Click here to learn more in how you can help!
Or, you can volunteer with us. You’ll find that there are plenty of ways you can help.
All it takes is one person with a vision, dedication, and energy to inspire others to give. Will you be that one?