Invisible Children + La Blogotheque + You
What child soldiers in Uganda have to do with good music and your hands.
By Maria Popova
It’s a special occasion when three things we love are coming together for a world-changing cause. Case in point: Invisible Children, the fantastic social and political global movement using storytelling to empower and change lives, is partnering with La Blogotheque to take The Polyphonic Spree and Yeasayer (two of our favorite bands, so that technically takes it up to five favorites) to Uganda.
And they’re using the brilliant Kickstarter platform to crowdsource funds for it.
The project will only be funded if it raises $20,000 by 11:59PM EST on March 11. Right now, it’s at a little over halfway. Please — and we say this with our biggest, most hopeful optimism — help this absolutely life-changing cause by pledging a donation. Even if it’s as little as $10.
You know what they say, many hands make light work. And it’s a heavy burden Invisible Children is fighting. Lend a hand today.
Published March 9, 2010