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Share conscious-contributions
in turn YouMeWe Group will provide a
micro-loan for a woman's business or education.
Investing to turn poverty to prosperity.

Log your conscious-contribution™

Make your contribution count -TWICE!

Share your, or celebrate someone's conscious-contributions™, in turn YouMeWe Group will provide a micro-loan through the Kiva.org program for a woman's business or education. For every listing, YouMeWe will invest $1US. Investing to turn poverty into prosperity.

 

What is a contribution? A contribution is simple – it could be investing, buying, donating, educating, helping, being kind, volunteering, hosting a charitable event or being a conscious company.

 

What is a conscious-contribution™? It is considering the impact of your contribution on the beneficiary and community as a whole. Pause to reflect on implications, ask questions, or conduct research.
When we consciously contribute, we are converting an immediate emotional response to rational implementation. Watch the video to the left for more details about conscious-contributions™. 

 


Celebrate your, or someone's conscious-contribution™
and
make a contribution count - TWICE! Share it below.

Celebrate contributions!



When posting include:

Example: Celebrate someone's conscious-contribution™:

@Deri Latimer donated holiday gifts, food and clothing to women who are seeking refuge from Human Trafficking in Winnipeg. From Winnipeg. Invest in Canada. #YourContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement

Example: Share your conscious-contribution™. No you are not boasting - we care (and it helps someone else move to prosperity!) 

I donated my gently used suits to Dress for Success in Barrie, Ontario, to help women re-enter the workforce. From Canada - invest in Kenya. #YourContributionCounts #YouMeWeMovement

  • 1. Post a conscious-contribution™ to the community, what you, or someone else did for whom (great way to celebrate someone!)
  • 2. Add which country you are from? i.e. From Canada
  • 3. Add which country you would like YouMeWe Group to invest in, on your behalf, i.e. invest in Kenya.
  • 4. And two tags: #YouMeWeMovement #YourContributionCounts
  • 5. Lastly, if you have a Facebook account, CHECK the Facebook share button to celebrate the contribution and spread the impact.

AWESOME -  your contribution counts TWICE!

Every listing = $1US invested in a woman's education or business start-up!

Bookmark this page, and visit YouMeWe News to read who we invest in, where and why.

Interested in our selection criteria? Visit YourContributionCounts selection criteria

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What is a conscious-contribution™?  Ask yourself, what impact could or will my contribution have? Will it promote dependency or opportunity?

  • Donating clothes? Where are they going? Will it sabotage an industry?
  • Drinking with a straw? Will it be recycled or end up in landfill? Really?
  • Donating money to a worthy cause? How will they become sustainable?
  • Volunteering at a lion sanctuary in South Africa? Canned hunting is rampant; lions are bred to be hunted by tourist-hunters.
  • Building a school internationally? Who's job am I taking?
  • Providing Christmas dinner to a family in need? Who delivers it? Am I the hero, or the parent? What impacts will that have?
  • Buying a product from a social enterprise or company? Who are the beneficiaries? Do I support who or what they contribute to?
  • Giving money to a child in a developing country? How could I better use my funds for sustainability? [Hint: donate to organizations who have transparent structures in place to contribute to many. i.e provide dollars or books to a school.]
  • Donating to a refugee crisis? What do they need? [Hint, your donation of used clothes can bog down the system.]
  • Giving money to a person on the street? What am I perpetuating - dependency or opportunity?
  • Leaving the tap running while shaving? Watering your grass…again? Freshwater will never be an issue, said Cape Town.
  • Want to be a mentor? Who could benefit? Big brothers and sister always can use qualified mentors.