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Everybody Eats

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May 12, 2016
Everybody Eats

Everybody Eats

The poverty rate in the United States has increased over the last decade, and in turn, the number of people who go hungry. One World Everybody Eats helps communities that want to start their own pay-what-you-can restaurants that have defied traditional economic theory. Today, there are 60 community cafes in the U.S. and 20 in the planning stages worldwide that have turned the pay-what-you-can concept into a reality. The premise is simple – human beings supporting one another.
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The Woman Who Rescued Over 200 Sloths

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May 12, 2016

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The Woman Who Rescued Over 200 Sloths

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains un-awakened.

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The Woman Who Rescued Over 200 Sloths

“Monique Pool first fell in love with sloths when she took in an orphan from a rescue centre. Since then many sloths have spent time in her home on their way back to the forest — but even she found it hard to cope when she had to rescue 200 at once. It all began in 2005 when Pool lost her dog, a mongrel called Sciolo, and called the Suriname Animal Protection Society to see if they’d found it. They hadn’t, but they told her about Loesje (or Lucia), a baby three-toed sloth they didn’t know how to look after. Pool offered to take it –and was instantly smitten.” { read more }

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Do something today to serve one of the life forms around you — whether it’s putting water out for birds, planting flowers for honeybees, or volunteering at a local animal shelter. To learn more about Monique Pool’s work, visit the Green Heritage Fund website. { more }

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