How exciting! Ladybug was featured in a week-long Charity Moment radio spot on CBS radio stations nationwide. Take a listen!
Check it out: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/blogcomments/101629
Thanks to the awesome folks over at Brown Paper Tickets for featuring us!
We're excited to announce that Pan American Broadcasting is featuring The Ladybug Project Inc. on their website! Pan American Broadcasting supports radio networks through out the world, including The Radio Africa Network in Equatorial Guinea, one of The Ladybug Project Inc.'s project sites.
We are grateful that Pan American Broadcasting felt inspired by our story and wanted to share it with their global listeners! Feel free to hop on over to their website and take a gander about what they had to say about us!
Pan American Broadcasting Website (we're about half-way down the page!): http://www.radiopanam.com/
Check out today's Naples Daily News Community section, which features a full page spread (and three color pictures!) about our scholarship student and The Ladybug Project's mission!
To read an online version of the article, please click here!
Check out an article in today's Fort Myers News-Press (in print, and online) for a closer look at our Student Scholarship initiative, and Nguere, our first program recipient!
The article can be found online: http://www.news-press.com/article/20110514/NEWS0104/110513063/African-student-hopes-attend-FGCU-start-better-life
People in the South-West Florida area: be sure to pick up a copy of today's Naples Daily News, and take a look at an article about The Ladybug Project which made it onto the front page of the Community & Life section!
In addition to a two-page spread, several of Kim Reuter's Ladybug Project photography is featured in full color detail as well as personal observations of her time in Africa.
To read an online version of the article, please click on our "News & Press" tab, and click on the PDF: Naples Daily News, October 1st!
We have exciting news to share! The Ladybug Project has been featured in the FSView & Florida Flambeau newspaper! Not only does the newspaper have an estimated circulation of 25,000, but our Executive Director (Kim Reuter) and our Co-Vice Chair (Micah Burkey) are proud alumni of the very school to which this newspaper belongs.
The article includes an interview with Kim, the story behind The Ladybug Project, as well as thoughts on where our organization might be going in the future.
interested in reading more? Check out the article for yourself: