If you want to go fast – go alone. And if you want to go far – go together.
— African Proverb
As 2013 comes to a close, I can’t help but feel incredibly grateful to all the people who helped Living Ubuntu this year.
So, to our financial contributors:
Miriam Erb Allen, Nirmala Bhat, Terry Cleary, Kathleen Duffy, Susan Eaton, Fran Faraz, Karen Fruchter-Ross, Marsha Goldfine, Allison Harvey, Martina Knee, Gayane Kulikyan, Betsy Limebrook, Janice A. Madnick, Kiel Majewski, Laurie Miller, Pam Omidyar, Jan Parker, Melissa Rome, Lil Rostoker, Jenny Saar, Erin Shawn, Gila Wdowinski, Kent N. Treptow, and San Francisco Bay Area Darfur Coalition.
And our phenomenal volunteers, interns, advisers, and board members:
Atal (AJ) Atawan, David Berceli, Alicia Buly, Jasmin Guevarra, Bridgette Hanning, Allison Harvey, Martina Knee, Patty League, Tamara Leider, Betsy Limebrook, Terri Martin, Elad Michael Massuri, Laurie Miller, Anshul Mittal, Nkem Ndefo, Kristen Nguyen, Shiksha Patel, Zaklin Phat, Lorraine Saenz, Dave Salahi, Mirelle Leider Schlesinger, Vin Schroeter, Eleanor Taylor, and Helen Tomlinson.
Thank you all so very, very much! Your generosity made a difference in 2013 and we are all better off on account of it.
Happy New Year!
Founder & Executive Director, Living Ubuntu
[Ubuntu] n. Every human being truly becomes a human by means of relationships with other human beings.