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The Uncultured Project: Challange Poverty (With the YouTube community and Save the Children USA)

Posted by Teatulia on

In the past I have posted about the Uncultured Project and the amazing things Shawn is doing in and for the country and people of Bangladesh. In his own words:

“This is not a charity, this is not an NGO, and this is definitely not an attempt at fame or fortune. It’s just a project that will hopefully inspire others to ask the same question I’ve been asking myself: “are we doing enough to make the world a better place?”

For more information on Shawn and the Uncultured project visit their website or YouTube page.

Today I received a message on Facebook from the Uncultured Project Group asking for help. Not donations, but votes and comments.

In my latest video, I’ve teamed up with Save the Children USA. I’ve decided to spend a large chunk of the donations I’ve received in a way that helps Save the Children’s operations in Bangladesh. But, here’s the best part – I’m letting you decide on what I do. I’ve narrowed it down to five options and you can find all the info you need at this link:
Challange Poverty (With the YouTube community and Save the Children USA)

I really have to thank Save the Children for being open to try new things like this. Not many big international organizations are willing to do something like this. They took a risk on this and I am hoping they can get as much out of this as possible. If there was ever any one video of mine that you had to watch, rate, comment, favorite, and share with others – please let it be this one.

I strongly encourage everyone to watch this video and submit your ideas and feedback. So far this project has been incredibly moving and now Shawn is reaching out to us and giving us the ability to help him and take part in making change.

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