Friday, July 1, 2011

Making a Difference: The Shine Project

By now, I am sure you have come across Ashley, from The Shine Project
Ashley is so amazing and inspiring.
She is working hard to make a positive difference in the world. 
Just watch this video and you will be inspired. 



Her latest project is phenomenal, and I feel so blessed to be able to help out.
 Ashley is currently working to raise $20,000 for The Shine Project Scholarship Fund.
This money will go to four high school students from Cesar Chavez High School in Phoenix, Arizona.
  
How is she going to do this?
There are two ways to accomplish this goal and the best part is that you can help! 
The first way is with a CHANGE for CHANGE jar. You can pledge to fill up a CHANGE for CHANGE jar. 

Here is my jar: 


 I've already added some change! Such a simple way to help make a difference. 

{a few examples from Ashley}

In October, Ashley will be hosting a silent auction as the second way to help reach her goal of $20,000 for the scholarship fund. You can buy something or donate an item to the auction! 

For more information about CHANGE for CHANGE jars and on how to create your own, e-mail Ashley at ashley.theshineproject@gmail.com. You can also e-mail her for more information on how to get involved with the silent auction. Also please go check out Ashley's amazing blog.

Please spread the word about The Shine Project. 
I know the blogging community can come together to make a BIG difference. 


5 comments:

Sarah said...

Such a brilliant idea! And such a heartwarming gesture. I must admit though that the jars are beautiful as well. :) x

Alli said...

Yay! Good for you! :) I follow Ashley too and I think it's a great idea.

Mikelle Jade {The Honeypie Archives} said...

oh wow. seriously how inspiring, what an amazing lovely person.

Chelsea Elizabeth. said...

This is such a beautiful and inspiring project! It's such a simple way to help out, I want to save up some money for the change for change. :)

<3Chelsea Elizabeth
http://www.organizedxxmess.blogspot.com

Kristin said...

What an amazing project!