Getting to Work!

Our names are Brittany and Tania hence “BritTania,” this is our first official blog to studying abroad during the summer of 2012 in New Zealand and Fiji. Our goal is to share our thoughts, experiences on how we raise money for our trip, and keep track of our progress.

Initially we thought this could be one of the easiest processes…we thought wrong! After many, many calculations and hours of figuring our trip out we came to realize that this was going to be way out of our budget. So we decided to start this blog to capture our journey and to talk about the different ways we obtain sponsorships.

So we took to the streets to our favorite place to brainstorm. Barnes and Nobles! Unfortunately there weren’t any tables available (we assume that it’s everyone’s favorite place to get some work done, no hard feelings) so we found an open area, with an outlet for power, which happened to be between two bookshelves and got to work.

We started by calling different companies asking for sponsorships for our studies abroad. Which was, at first, very intimidating…though after several attempts we became successful sponsor-name-getting-musketeers! With obtaining the names we will write letters to each of these local and corporate businesses to ask for any contributions for our exciting adventure! Hopefully we will get some responses, all we need to do is to keep our heads up high and our spirits alive!

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5 thoughts on “Getting to Work!

  1. Amanda Please says:

    You go Glen Cocos!! So excited for you guys 😀

  2. Anita Mac says:

    Good luck ladies! What a great adventure! I wish you every success.

  3. Hey guys! Thanks so much for following my blog. New Zealand is an incredible place and I hope I am doing it some justice with my pictures and posts. I read about how you are trying to get sponsorships; I know that there are also some websites where you can set up individual fundraising goals for friends and families to donate to. Hopefully that can help you as well. If any of my pictures can help you convince people to help you to get here, feel free to use them (just credit “Michael J. Wickham”) I’ll be posting a high resolution gallery of all my photos at the end of the trip when I get back to my computer at home. Good luck and enjoy your trip…it will be well worth it!

  4. Candiuofa says:

    I’m rooting for you girls!

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