The purpose of the challenge is a simple one: I am involved in and highly admire the work of La Ceiba MFI and want to raise as much money as possible to fund the coming year’s efforts. My personal motive is a little lengthier in its explanation. The short version is that I am not vehemently passionate about ending poverty, nor am I a poster boy for Microfinance on the whole. In one form or another I want to see if I can, but the lack of an altruistic drive does not mean that I do not fully support the work of groups like La Ceiba. This challenge is a means to better understand, explore, and ultimately further the cause of alleviating poverty in which I whole-heartedly believe is the right thing to do. I feel La Ceiba embodies this notion, and in a time when many of my generation are entering the work force, this challenge is a useful tool to investigate the avenue of careers that better humanity. La Ceiba and the utility of microfinance fuels and inspires my personal motivations to carry out the Month of TDC.
Blogs I Follow
- Buzz Dog Blog
- Discovering | New England | Wilderness
- Entrepreneurs Financial Centre
- My Awesome Journey to Becoming a Doctor in Honduras
- Transformational Citizenship
- you are here
- Garden Eatin
- Elevate Chicago
- Dana Theus' Blog
- Life's Aventuras
- "The best journeys answer questions that in the beginning you didn't even think to ask."
Finishing my 48 on the summit of Cabot after a year and a half of amazing adventures. I can’t express enough my thanks for all my friends who supported me. Thank you everyone - the Whites are unparalleled and I can’t wait for more! @bostoniaoutfitters @jhow618 @matthewmowell @alisonrc42 @dankeshane_ @unravel_rethread @emilymnrogers @caryakane #4000footers #4000fters