Giving the Gift of Love

Scholarship Entrant: Destinee from Signal Hill, California
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Destinee: 10

You know what’s really nice about holidays and birthdays? All the gifts you can get! Not everybody in the world is fortunate enough to always get presents. If being able to give gifts to people were a realistic job, I think there would be so many ways to change the world through this. I would definitely plan an organized operation of creating care packages/presents for orphans across the world, where they may live in underdeveloped countries and do not have the sufficient supplies for school, medical attention, or even for leisure activity with toys. I would want to help supply as many children in poverty like in places like Cambodia. The operation would involve rounding up as many volunteers as possible, and being able to get large supply shipments of necessities to the children in accordance to receiving a better education, better health, and altogether, better lives. There would also have to be large shipments being made overseas, through mail, and basically finding any possible way to ship these gifts. Giving is similar to loving someone. When you give, you are helping someone else, and you are not only thinking of yourself, but what others might need to. We all, as a society, as whole world, should be able to help, hand in hand, each and every person that we can.

Vote for Destinee: 10

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