Support Sophia Spencer! Please – if you can find it in your heart to contribute towards Sophia Spencer every dollar counts and will be greatly appreciated. It’s great to see a little girl doing great work in her community! Contribute whatever you may wish and please help spread the word. Your support would make a big difference. Let’s keep that sparkle for bugs shining in her eyes! Thank you.
“Everyone has inside them a piece of good news. The good news is you don’t know how great you can be! How much you can love! What you can accomplish! And what your potential is.” – Anne Frank
Bugs are for everyone! This isn’t a weird hobby. Here’s a throwback for #BugsR4Girls. If you’re not familiar with the hashtag, it’s to support girls interested in insects. A little girl was teased for liking bugs which is absolutely unacceptable. She’s a very special person who can find beauty where others only find ugliness, Sophia, keep exploring & investigating! Again, let’s show Sophia our support!
Bug Girl Sophia Spencer Wants To Teach Peers
Sophia Spencer, the Ontario Canadian little girl who has caught the attention of people around the world for being bullied for her love of bugs and creatures would like to share her enthusiasm for bugs with her fellow classmates at her new school.
She would like to purchase books, insect containers, microscope, nets etc. Which she can bring to her class and Brownies group so other children can learn what every adult, scientist and supporter of her already know, bugs are awesome!
She loves all the support and encouragement she has received from every person. If you would like to donate please visit the page and donate if you can, and share the page on social media. To see the campaign just visit: Go Fund Sophia
If there is extra money raised it will be going towards a class field trip to the Insectium, Montreal.
Thank you Nicole & Sophia Spencer.
“The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They must be felt with the heart” ― Helen Keller
“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” ― Helen Keller
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