Live Below The Line

<strong>Do YOU think you can live below the line?</strong>

I first found about the <strong>Live below the line</strong> campaign, thanks to BzzAgent. This campaign challenges everyone who participates to drink & eat on just $1.50 for 5 days. That`s a total of $7.50.

I liked the idea. I feel as if, you can see the world partly through their eyes. Like we`re over here spending a whole $7 or more on Chipotle or going to restaurants or fast food restaurants. & about 1.4 billion of individuals are eating and drinking merely $1.50 a day. I`d like to experience this challenge.

<em>Why am I taking this challenge?</em>
In today`s world, extreme poverty and inequality are unjustifiable and unfair. Lets understand what life is like for the billions who survive on just $1.50 a day on food & drinks. Lets experience it for 5 days. It won`t hurt you. Take the challenge. Live Below the Line demonstrates the problem in a concrete way, while raising money to address the problem. Support me as I live below the line by donating now your generous support will go towards fighting extreme poverty.

<em>I`m supporting...</em><strong>Shot@Life</strong>.
The description about Shot@Life according to the website is as follows: "<em> educates, connects and empowers Americans to champion vaccines as one of the most cost-effective ways to save the lives of children in developing countries. A national call to action for this global cause, the campaign rallies the American public, members of Congress, and civil society partners around the fact that together, we can save a childs life every 20 seconds by expanding access to vaccines. By encouraging Americans to learn about, advocate for, and donate vaccines, the United Nations Foundations Shot@Life campaign will decrease vaccine-preventable childhood deaths and give children a shot at a healthy life. </em>"

I wish to gain $300 for <strong>Shot@Life</strong>, even more.

Did you Know that....
- A child dies every 20 seconds in developing countries of a disease that can be prevented by a vaccine
- The number of children dying every year from preventable diseases in developing countries is nearly equivalent to half the children entering kindergarten in the U.S.
- & others.

I love kids. I want to become an early childhood education teacher. So just the thought that most kids die because they don`t get vaccines they need is sad.

If you need guidance through this challenge, you can go to this link:

To donate and help out Shot@Life :

<strong>Everyone needs a shot at life. No one deserves to die</strong>

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