Opportunity Leads To Success

Recently, we took part in #GivingTuesday, a movement aimed at encouraging generosity by contributing our time, money, possessions, or voices. As the day progressed, it spurred me to think about what drives individuals to get involved with Giving Tuesday. These reflections made me consider my own motivations for joining The Wish List Project. Growing up, I had the privilege of attending a private school, an opportunity that many around me didn’t have. With time, I grew to understand how my education significantly shaped my life, especially when comparing my journey to that of my childhood peers. I credit a lot of my success to the high-quality education I received and firmly believe that every child should have the same opportunities that I did. Even a small act of support in a child’s early years can lead to enormous long-term advantages, possibly setting them on a new, brighter path. With the support from our benefactors, I am confident that we can dramatically and positively change the future of the young individuals in our community, thus impacting our collective future as well.

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