Try and do something good every day, and good people will find you.
That's what I'm trying to do.
Recently Namugaya Stellah Esther connected with me.
She is the founder of the Rina Women's Foundation in Uganda.
Namugaya helps underprivileged women, teenage mothers and vulnerable children in the community.
I donated to help them get a sewing machine so they could get a steady income.
If you want to help, please connect with her.
I was delighted that she sent me this video.
I'll also be sending them some That's Okay colouring books and soft copies!
I think the phrase "Charity begins at home" has a different meaning than supporting our own local communities.
With the climate crisis affecting every country on the planet, it's clear to me that home is earth - and we all share it.
We should be looking to support communities around the world as it does have an impact locally too.
If we help communities become more economically stable we can help them become greener too.
As a result, we can try and lower global carbon emissions. We can also assist with making communities more resilient to the dangers of climate change too.