Discussion in 'Servant of All' started by Erin al'Denael, Nov 1, 2020.
End of April is fast approaching! Log what you've done this month!
New month! Let's see what you amazing people have done!
@Ahmyra al'Ruley (Of All and None) donated $50 for a Music for Life scholarship for a child in Uganda that covers school supplies and life supplies. She also donated $50 to Canadian Mental Health.
@Mieriana Souvra (Blue Ajah) donated $20 to the Animal Welfare Institute.
@Siera al'Cere (Gray Ajah) donated $25 to a local animal shelter.
@Nymala Ingasy (Blue Ajah) gave 3 hours and 55 minutes of her time to the SPCA of Whangarei.
@Maibella ni Rhoiden t'al'Varrak (Gray Ajah) spent 1.5 hours helping with a tree planting event on Earth Day.
@Juliya Karisu (Blue Ajah), in addition to her regular monthly donations of $100 to Power 2 Change and $80 to CRWRF, also donated $10 to the Down Syndrome Resource Foundation and $75 to Pacific Post Partum, a non-profit organization that helps moms.
@Ninya Evoneigh (Green Ajah) has started a cycle of volunteering that will continue on for the next 12 months. They will be spending 20 hours each month volunteering for IMALIVE, a crisis line. They will also be spending 50 hours each month working with the policy and abuse team at OTW (a 501(c)3). That is an astounding time commitment!! They also donated $25 to Tradewater.
You are all amazing.
Great job, everyone!!
Lol sorry, it's to the Animal Welfare Institute @Erin al'Denael
Awesome, will update!
Really enjoy seeing these updates! Amazing stuff people.
We're a little bit over half-way through the Great Charity Hunt, and it's time to share statistics!
A few notes before proceeding:
All of this data is based only on information shared via the tracker. Several of you are doing things that haven't been added...yet. Please, take a minute to fill out the form so I can include all the awesome in the next round of statistics.
In several cases, people noted a monetary value for donations made, or money in lieu of an actual donation due to COVID-19 restrictions. If a monetary amount was listed, I counted it in the statistics that way.
Many thanks to @Mieriana Souvra for helping with the graphs!
If I messed up, it's on me! I'm only human...
Entries & Participants
The Of All and None, Green, and Blue groups have been extra busy! Note the blue especially: quite a few members in these groups are active and help out in many different ways. Kudos to them.
Group Breakdown (by # of members)
5 - Of All and None
3 - Brown Ajah
6 - Green Ajah
1 - SDS
1 - VC
3 - Gray Ajah
7 - Blue Ajah
Group Breakdown of Entries (many members have multiple entries)
14 - Of All and None
14 - Green Ajah
3 - Brown Ajah
1 - SDS
1 - VC
3 - Gray Ajah
17 - Blue Ajah
While the majority of donations have been money or money in lieu of a physical donation, we do have some people who prefer to do their part through volunteering. Especially in Green!
4 hours - Brown Ajah
107.5 hours - Green Ajah
11 hours - Blue Ajah
Donations, Random and Glorious
This inspires me to donate gently used/new clothes to Goodwill again, or school supplies to needy students. /ideas
500 journals - Brown Ajah
Medical supplies - Green Ajah
Bags of food - Of All and None
Crocheted stars - Blue Ajah
Time, energy, and associated finances to adopt a puppy - Blue Ajah
We have raised a total of $6,729.58 omg as of April 30, 2021. Y'all astound me!!
That money has come from lots of different members and group activities, as broken down here:
Want to see your group represented the next time I compile data? Get to work! There are myriad opportunities within the Servant of All forum, and I'll be happy to help out if you want to do something specific but aren't sure how.
This is awesome, guys!! Way to be Servants of All- keep up the great work!!
This is wonderful!
Thank you everyone
Love the graphs!!
Another month over, more tracking submissions shared!
@Idine Espanyas participated in the Relief for India Raffle event organized by the direct-trade spice start up Diaspora Co. Idine donated a total of $15 spread out between the organizations People for Change, Khaana Chahiye, and Project Mumbai. These organizations are working on the ground in India to feed and care for vulnerable populations and reduce the stress on the healthcare system.
@Leala al'Dareis donated twice to Refugees International for a total of $30
@Melisande Arneil donated $50 to Dominos' fundraising effort for St. Jude's Hospital
@Erin al'Denael donated $25 to the Center for Immigrant Protection and purchased earrings, with proceeds from the purchase going to buy oxygen for hospitals in India during their COVID-19 crisis
@Arella Mathara donated $25 to help save trans lives via COVID-19 relief in India and $36 to an organization supplying prosthetics to the people of Gaza
@Jocasta Braithe donated $5 to Doctors Without Borders via WoW's Charity Pet Program and $25 to Adventures Beyond Barriers
@Juliya Karisu donated a total of $225 to the Down Syndrome Resource Foundation (DSRF) and to CuddleCots BC.
I especially like that 4 of the donations made this month were in support of the Yellow Ajah's goals. Just like with the Green's Covenant House fundraiser, the community helped. Groups, think about this and share!
Great job, everyone! Thank you.
June was a quiet month. Sorry for the delay in reporting!
@Maibella ni Rhoiden t'al'Varrak donated $100 to an organization fighting women's sex trafficking.
@Idine Espanyas reported on the collective efforts of Yellow's campaign: $365.56 to help the COVID-19 situation in India!
@Melisande Arneil donated $50 to the Legacy of Hope Foundation
@Jocasta Braithe donated $20 to Maine Equal Justice Partners
@Merena Orithana donated $20 to Refugees International!
If anyone is looking for ideas and ways to help others for July, there are a couple ongoing things posted here in this forum. Ninya is matching donations up to $1000 to Feeding America; see more here. Alora can use some help with her project, David's Nightlights.
June may have been a relatively quiet month but I think these donations will have a significant impact! Thanks everyone for all of your contributions!
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