Hi, My name is Graeme Kilshaw
I am a local, brought up in Victoria as a young adult, and I am passionate about promoting change for the good. Over the past few years I’ve developed an alphabet cube based upon visual binary code, and I call it the “Friendship Cube” because I want to use it to create new relationships. I aim to capture interest, involve, and inspire local children, youth, and adults with the friendship cube. I would like to have a few minutes of your time to tell you about the Friendship Cube.
The medium of our cube represents the message of friendship. The friendship cube is helping local people to plant a tree of positive change that begins from within. The Friendship Cube System involves planned acts of kindness. Our partners earn the Friendship Cube System Rewards by making a promise to DO A GOOD DEED in our local community. It creates positive new reciprocal relationships that will capture interest, inspire, and develops our local community.
Are you able to help me promote this as a visionary project for Victoria?Call my cellphone: 250 220-0947
I would like to tell you about our group and our mission that is being accomplished thanks to the generosity of people like you. We have a passion for teaching young people with our unique teaching tool, the friendship cube. We use our friendship cubes to teach 21st century skills to students around the world. With help from our friends and sponsors, we are bringing our friendship cubes, programs, and games into classrooms and schools all over the world. Our friendship cube programs teach skills like memory, strategy, communication, navigation, and teamwork.
Teaching these skills, our movement is creating a better world for generations to come. Pre-scholars have learned visual tracking, hand-eye coordination, and pattern recognition from our cubes. Secondary school students have honed their literacy and numeracy skills learning from our lessons. Each friendship cube is a building block for our movement. Our mission will be accomplished when our friends and sponsors have brought friendship cubes to communities and schools in every country.