(Photo by James Barker, courtesy of FreeDigitalPhotos.net)
by Robert Barossi
Came across this great story from Scotland this morning. It’s also something I haven’t really found and posted here on the blog yet, a volunteer who is working to raise money for a cause. This volunteer, Daniel Moonen, is walking across Scotland to raise money for the Scottish Wildlife Trust. Specifically, he is raising money for the organization’s educational programs through the site JustGiving.com, where he has already raised almost 400 pounds. These kinds of efforts are another way that volunteers can have a huge impact for environmental organizations and for our planet. If you have a story or know of a story of a volunteer doing something similar, post it in the comments.
3 thoughts on “Walking Across Scotland”
Nice article. It’s curious because our WAM team recently did a blog series on Scotland. You might be interested in checking it out http://worldaroundmeapp.com/blog/!
Thanks! Checked out your blog, looks great.
Thanks Rob. We are starting a series of blog articles on diversity and sustainable but we also have content on travel and walks/biking/riding. Have you heard of our app? Thanks for commenting 🙂