Mitta often works with a local charity that aids refugees every Saturday. She listened to these people and decided to share their stories, because the media doesn’t show anything but statistics.
by Lana Rafaela
Hello and welcome to our fourth edition of Monday Good News where we try to acknowledge that world is indeed a cruel place sometimes, but there are good things worth fighting for.
This week’s theme is actual help when help is needed.
Both you and I know that there are situations where we say “darn it, I wish I could help somehow” but decide that we can’t do anything even before considering options. It’s fine, I’m not judging you. We all find our own ways to help, even if it’s not with refugees, saving restaurants or planting trees to raise awareness of air quality in India.
But that’s exactly what we’re showing you this week, so let’s start off with number one: