We are nearing the end of the 2012 Annual Campaign -- just two more days until Sept. 30th. And while we are getting closer, we need one big final push to get to our goal of $12,500.
As of today, we've raised $8,271 ... that leaves $4,229 to go. Please donate today to help close the gap!
The MSLS alumni have stepped up with 15% of the aluni network participating -- a very strong show of support, especially when you consider that this is a young program with only volunteers to support fundraising efforts.
We're encouraging everyone to reach out to friends and family, encouraging them to chip in whatever they can to bring us closer to our goal over this final weekend. Please help by sharing the following messages on facebook and twitter:
Facebook post: Please join me in supporting the education of dynamic sustainability leaders -- a small donation can lead to a lifetime of effective, strategic sustainability leadership, dedicated to addressing some of world's most pressing challenges. www.stratleade.org
Tweet: Join me in donating to @Stratleade and support strategic #sustainability #leadership - http://ow.ly/e4Whs cc @sustainBTH
THANK YOU! to everyone who has donated so far to this year's Annual Campaign -- we're up to $5,134 ... that's more than 40% of the way to our goal of $12,500 -- which is about what it costs for a deserving student from a developing country to attending the Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability programme.
These extraordinary leaders will come away from this programme well-equipped to tackle some of our world's greatest challenges -- and inspire hundreds and thousands of others to tackle these issues as well.
It's a great investment, so please help us in reaching our goal -- click the "donate" button to the left and give what you can today!
Thanks so much,
We recently launched our 2012 Annual Campaign with a goal of raising $12,500 before the end of our fiscal year on Sept. 30th.
Please click the "donate" button to the left to help us get there.
To date this year we've raised $3,279 ... that leaves $9,221 -- please chip in today!
Looking upstream to support education for sustainability -- creating more and more sustainability champions who will effectively lead efforts to address climate change, poverty, toxics, deforestation, injustice, and all of the complex and interrelated social and ecological challenges -- is among the most strategic ways to allocate your charitable donations.
Please take a moment to donate now.
Thank you for your support!
Check out the results of one of the thesis projects from the MSLS class of 2012 about spreading awareness and understanding of the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development. The authors write:
What needs to be done in order to diffuse (spread) the Framework for Strategic Sustainable Development (FSSD) more widely? This is the question our thesis begins to answer. It was submitted in June of 2012 for completion of the Master’s course in Strategic Leadership Towards Sustainability (MSLS) at Blekinge Institute of Technology, Karlskrona, Sweden. Three different documents are available on this site for those wishing to further explore this topic. More detailed information can be sent on request.
Learn more about this project and the results here: www.fssddiffusion.com
Here's our challenge: raise $12,500 before Sept. 30.
That's approximately what it costs an international student to attend the groundbreaking Master's in Strategic Leadership towards Sustainability programme at the Blekinge Institute of Technology (BTH) in Karlskrona, Sweden.
Please donate today by clicking the "Donate" button on the left side of the screen and giving what you can. In years past, donors to the StratLeade Annual Campaign have given generously -- enabling students like Samuel Brizuela from Guatemala and Olivier Mazimpaka from Rwanda to attend the programme, and bring their sustainability leadership skills back home to make significant contributions to our world's greatest problems.
The founders of the MSLS programme, Dr. Karl-Henrik Robèrt & Dr Göran Broman, have said: "The question of reaching sustainability is not about if we will have the money or the technology to do it - those we have. The question is, will there be enough leaders in time?"
Supporting the development of such leaders from all over the world is critical if we are to be successful in creating a sustainable society by tackling the many big, systemic challenges we face -- from poverty to climate change, from oppression to toxics, from income inequality to biodiviersity loss.
Please give whatever you can to help us meet our goal by Sept. 30th.