Just think how lucky you are. There are many in this world who are not a fortunate as you, who don’t have the same conveniences and access to some things which you count as bare essentials. Every day, millions of people are denied their basic human rights, this blog post is here to ask for your aid with just one of the third world countries this world neglects – France.
Just £2 per month could fund French butchers to research what exactly bacon is and so impart its salty, piggy goodness to the French people.
Only £5 per month could help finance a national poster campaign that would inform and educate the French population about the ugliness of the majority of their houses. It is a crying shame that so few French people seem to realise that a mixture of cream and beige is not particularly attractive.
Your £10 per month could fund one teenager to buy an album of actual music instead of having to be subjected to the disgusting abuse to the word ‘music’ that is proliferated across the nation of France through the radio. You alone can set them free from Johnny Hallyday and his scary, scary face.
Giving £30 per month could help the hundreds of thousands of fashion challenged French teenagers stop dressing like their parents.
A community gift of £100 per month could: Enable the French public transport system to realise that people want to travel on weekends and on times after 8:30pm and move them to create bus and train time-tables which are fixed and regular. OR your community gift could be used to educate the French people to realise that striking as often as they do gets them just about nowhere in life and really screws with the rest of the country who are trying to live their lives.
Alternatively, you could volunteer to work for MI-6 and the CIA and work to create an uprising in the nation of France and usher in a Sixth Republic; but remember: don’t insult the cheese.
On a more serious note, here’s a guy from YouTube called the Uncultured Project who has worked with Save The Children to provide drinking water for impoverished communities. This video is one of the reasons I love being a part of the YouTube community. Give if you can or just read up on what he does by clicking the links in the video