Creating Hope This Holiday Season

Posted by Gabriela Borutova on Thu, Dec 21, 2017 @ 10:35 AM

We all know our traditional annual holiday video—Moravians wishing all the best for the coming year in various ways, from songs to the trending mannequin challenge last year. This year, we wanted to do something different.

We are all excited about the future...but what is the future? Artificial intelligence? Chatbots? We say—let's be more human for a while. We are thinking about children. Not only ours, but children all over the world. Those who can't access the information they need, or receive the assurance of being supported by government or their families. Through education, language training, and local language support, we can help make their world a better place.

So we decided to ask our youngest Moravians, from Rosario, Argentina to Tokyo, Japan, to contribute their drawings of the holiday season to help raise money for kids in countries supported by Translators without Borders. With every unique video view, Moravia donates—so click, watch, and share to do that *something* today.



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