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Bladress keeping generosity, kindness rolling in the US and beyond
Use full vid (30sec) - overlay text after video begins https://www.facebook.com/TheBladress/videos/vb.132500323812810/295548374556993/?type=2&theater [text] Yanise Ho is on a 6,000-mile journey to raise money for girls’ education in Kenya and Uganda. She began rollerblading cross-country in March, with not even a dollar in her pocket. Relying on purely the kindness of strangers, Ho has proven day after day that there is goodness in people’s hearts all around the world. B roll https://www.facebook.com/TheBladress/videos/259336908028179/ https://www.facebook.com/TheBladress/videos/618211895241648/ https://www.facebook.com/TheBladress/videos/613095612419943/ - caption: Day 143: someone’s farm… All photos here ok to use too: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Cf5ulKToTqHynpAaxWP37-7ulDaN76ln Map https://yaniseho.com/the-bladress/ [0:20 - video + subtitle] https://www.facebook.com/TheBladress/videos/613156835747154/ And just now, I was at a stoplight and couple rolled down their window and talked to me and they told me they're from Davenport where I have to go tomorrow. So, they offered me a place to stay for tomorrow and though our conversation was so brief, it was probably just a minute or two and then it turned green. So it's so awesome we worked out a solution for tomorrow, just under 2 minutes. [title / use b-roll] Donations have rolled in online because of Ho’s charity run. She’s raised over $19,000. That’s enough money to send 38 girls to school for a year. Ho is aiming to help 120 girls by the end of her cross-country run.