World on Fire

I may be the slow one here, but I just saw the World on Fire video by Sarah McLachlan and I was really moved. This article explains how they spent $15 on the video itself and donated the money a video would normally have cost to eleven different charities around the world. As you watch the video, it tells you how much each thing would have cost and what they spent it on instead. It’s awesome.

2 thoughts on “World on Fire

  1. No slower than I am. I wouldn’t have heard about the video otherwise. Makes one pause to think.

    If nothing else, I’d recommend supporting Heifer International; their approach is more sustainable than the usual “food drop” form of poverty relief.

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