Photo Friday

In case you haven’t heard, this summer, an incredible movement has started..  We’re calling it “THINK” and it’s all about removing the barriers to a quality education in Kenya.  When you text THINK to 50555, $5 goes toward educational needs in Kenya.

Our friends at BigStuf Camp have been leading the movement and this photo is of the super-talented musicians at BigStuf helping the cause.  BigStuf created bracelets and we got them signed by students in Kenya.  They also created a cool website ( and a Facebook page called Think BigStuf.  Check it out and learn how you can get a bracelet when you text THINK to 50555.

Over 8,000 people have done so in a few short weeks.   Join the movement…   And send us your own cool photo or video…  We’ll post it and you’ll be famous!


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