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Since the myth series ended, I have been thinking about a new series that could be interesting and engaging for our subscribers. One thing I have thought about is to address the common objections to giving. But I realise that we all have our own, often different, objections or obstacles. So we would love to hear your objections/obstacles (or questions) so we can feature them in our upcoming newsletters. We also would love to hear more about other content we could put in the newsletter that would be stimulating.

So here is a survey to check out your interests. Included are some suggested topics. Please let us know what you are most interested in the “other” space.

Let us know what you want to hear about?

We really are looking forward to hearing from you. The idea is to make the newsletter as relevant to your interests as possible.

Do Good. Feel Good.

Charlie Bresler

Executive Director of The Life You Can Save

In Other News

An update from one of our partners

One for the World, One Million Moved Campaign

Join One for the World (OFTW) in celebrating our 1,000,000th dollar moved to ultra effective charities and register for our event with Peter Singer on November 12th, 8pm ET, to celebrate #OneMillionMoved 🥳

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Charity Voices

A selection of updates from our charities

The Fred Hollows Foundation

On October 7, The Fred Hollows Foundation was fortunate enough to bring the news of their work to the Queen, coinciding with World Sight Day (8 October). Their part of the discussion focused on The Foundation’s work among Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, who face enormous barriers to eye health care.

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Evidence Action

Safe Water and Hand Hygiene in Rural Kenya, Uganda, and Malawi: Our COVID-19 Response Through the Lens of Global Handwashing Day

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Helen Keller International

As the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened Africa, Kenya was among the countries that responded quickly and decisively. They put a partial lockdown in place, restricting travel, movement, and gatherings, and they closed schools and businesses.

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Reminder: D-Rev will be renamed Equalize Health

D-Rev becomes Equalize Health on November 16, 2020

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