Welcome to Project 50 and Beyond
50 minutes. 50 People. 50 acts of kindness. 5 months+
Yinka’s Project50andBeyond, a community-based organization, under the auspices of Developmental Care Network, a 501©3 Non-Profit Organization. We focus on helping make the world around us a better, happier place by organizing fundraisers, exciting community-building events, and in-depth training sessions for our volunteers.
One of the most valuable gifts of life is time spent, unconditionally in service to others, knowing that it can contribute to incredible positive outcomes.
Are you passionate about making a difference?
Let us know! We are always looking for volunteers to help us make our vision a reality.
Connect now and discover ways to Volunteer, Mentor, Advocate, Support, Counsel, Contribute, Stand-in-the-Gap or Give Old Fashioned Big-Hugs to help children and families in-need regain confidence, rebuild their emotional strength, and attain financial and mental stability.
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While we can not possibly ‘revisit’ our very first emotion, we most certainly can ‘revisit’ all the good times. The good times not only of laughter and success, but also the disappointments and seeming times of defeat. Those times we possibly could have come through alone but with more or deeper scars, those times that love and the knowledge of being loved kept us going. This is most important for us as women. We tend to ‘burn out’ and need recharging. We have to slow down, bring out the old and I mean ooooooollllllldddd pictures, share the stories, laugh at and with one another, praise God for where He has brought us from, where we are and where He is taking us. Most importantly, we need to ask the Holy Spirit who teaches us ALL things to teach us to love……..
Well said Toyin, revisiting the “good old times” is certainly an avenue to rekindle the sparkle and recharge our feelings for each other. Absolutely – like all the women I know – constant reminder of how much they are loved and also vice versa for the men – is another constant means of keeping it together. We don’t need to wait for special events to say it or give flowers – feelings expressed spontaneously will more likely make it a lasting one.