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After four months of #SDGDaily….we’re switching things up a bit and passing control to YOU. From the first of May we are launching the #MayIChallenge.
This idea evolved out of our latest meeting of Friends of SDG. It’s amazing how much creativity can flow when you have a talented group of people bouncing ideas off each other!! Maybe you could get together with a few friends to come up with your unique deeds.
One of our Friends, Kihoto decided that he would offer to be a driver for a mother one day and just spend time driving her around to make her errands easier. Josephine, who came up with the “May I…” concept, is going to host Kharay on Coffee where she will offer her mentoring and coaching skills to friends over a cup of coffee.
MC Stero has decided to use our #SDGDaily calendar for inspiration and is going to find a way to help a friend’s small business. Meanwhile, Brand Ambassador Saint P is offering to cook a meal for someone.
Our SDG Rafiki volunteers are also gearing up for the challenge.
On our own staff team we have someone who will provide a free cake for a friend’s celebration and someone who will tell a supermarket cashier to use their change to give another customer a discount.
So the question is……..what will YOU do for the #MayIChallenge?
We have 100 Ways to Simply Do Good to give you some inspiration. Join us by carrying out a deed and passing the challenge on! Be sure to tag @SDGKenya on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram so that we can see how many people take on the challenge.
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We're already on month four of the #SDGDaily challenge. Today marks our 100th deed since we started on the 1st of January. That's 100 days of selfless generosity with time, energy or money being invested in other people.
We would love to celebrate this by hearing from you. Which deeds have you tried? Which ones had the greatest impact? Did you get any feedback from the people you helped with the deed?
Or are you like some people we met last week? You haven't actually carried out any of our suggested deeds but you have been inspired to carry out one of your own?
Please drop us a comment here or on our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts to let us know how #SDGDaily has been for you!