Jun 30, 2021

Thoughts For A Cause- Turning Interest Into Action

  • Thoughts For A Cause
  • Worldwide
Volunteering/Community Service/Social Entreprenuership Club or Organization

Description

Dealing with the challenges of today requires problem-solvers who bring different perspectives and are willing to take risks. 

Thoughts For A Cause emerged out of a pursuit to inspire and support the community, and a desire for actions to speak louder than words. An initiative established by a teenager wanting to create a difference, Thoughts For A Cause combines two passions- writing and community service! For a certain amount of money, you can get your article published under the articles section on the website. It can be an article about anything at all maths, chemistry, gardening, food- it just needs to be something that you love writing about! All funds raised will go directly to Cancer Council to be used in cancer research. For those who want to have another extracurricular to keep them busy, Thoughts For A Cause is the perfect location for you to help an emerging organisation. Get in touch today to learn how you can be a part of this spectacular initiative!

Through future entrepreneurs writing about things they are passionate about, we together can raise funds for cancer research. Thoughts For A Cause strives to build a productive future, where ambitious minds, regardless of age and race, can come together to combat cancer.

https://thoughtsforacause.wixsite.com/non-profit

Just click on the link to visit the website! It has all the information you need and feel free to contact the organiser for further information. 

Type of Opportunity

Extracurricular Activity

Age Range

All Ages Welcome!

Application Process Includes

  1. Write an article on your choice of topic. 
  2. Visit the website and under the 'contact' page, send through a message describing your article. 
  3. The organiser will contact you and you can then send through your article. 
  4. Each article to be published costs 10 AUD and you will be able to pay on the official Australian Cancer Council website. 
  5. Your article will be published on the website and with the money you paid, you will be helping those in need. 

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