does this photo have to do with hotel suites and hotel rooms?
It has much to do with hotel suites and hotel rooms.
Every minute, 12 kids around the world starve to death, and
the cost to have fed those kids nourishing meals is only $19
per day per 100 kids (source: World Food Program).
So everyday, over
17,000 innocent kids perish from starvation, and the cost to have fed them is only around $3,000
Instead of spending $10,000 to swim in famous hotel
suites or $25,000 to
stare at 22-carat gold chandeliers dangling over your bed, why not spend less and donate the money
you save to saving the lives of children?
Let's face it, do you really even need to stay in a suite? If so, it isn't hard to
find a great suite for under $1,000. If not, $200 will get you a perfectly nice hot
Better yet, why not stay at a nice and cozy, family-run bed and breakfast for
$50 and enjoy a more personal hospitality? You will not only save money
but also have a more memorable stay since people, not rooms, are remembered,
and bed and breakfast hosts and hostesses are easier to remember than hot
How far will your money you save go to save the lives of children? $9,950 will feed
over 1,700 children for a month, long enough for them to nourished back to
health, while $24,000 will feed over 4,000 children for a month. Think
about this. By foregoing opulence for just one night, you can save the
lives of thousands of children and nourish them back to health.
Something else. Are you sure your money isn't a
blessing from God?
"There is no God," you say?
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