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Small acts.. Big changes!

After receiving some more outcomes for our clients over the past few weeks, I have been reflecting on the power of giving. As you may already know, All About Immigration has partnered with B1G1 - Business for Good which allows us to contribute to creating brighter futures for people all over the world. When a client of ours receives an outcome, because of their partnership and business with us, we are able to generate a bigger giving impact. These small impacts acts as a ripple - growing larger, travelling far and wide! As the actor Morgan Freeman once said "How do we change the world? .. one small act of random kindness at a time."


If we think of giving as a ripple effect, I encourage each and everyone of you to think about a small way you can create a positive change in the lives of others. A small act of random kindness does not necessarily have to involve the giving of money. Gifting your time, skills, knowledge, words of encouragement and acts of service for example can also be tremendously beneficial.


I want to take this opportunity to thank our AAI community for placing their trust in us to support them along their immigration journeys this year. Without them, these impacts would not be possible!


The causes that are reached by our AAI Community Giving Impact are categorised as part of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, developed by world leaders in order to fight inequality and injustice, end poverty and tackle climate change. With over 6,278 total giving impacts to date, we look forward to continuing our work with B1G1 to improve the lives of others.


(If you would like more information on B1G1 - Business for Good https://b1g1.com/)


AAI's Current Top Sustainable Development Goals Impacted

  1. SDG 3: Good Health and Well-Being

  2. SDG 11: Sustainable Cities and Communities

  3. SDG 6: Clean Water and Sanitation

  4. SDG 10: Reduced Inequalities

  5. SDG 4: Quality Education


AAI's Total Giving Impacts to Date






AAI's Interactive Giving Map - The Ripple Effect









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