Libby Kaluna My goal is to inspire 365 people to do something kind Libby is a 19 year old Management student at the University of Nottingham. She is a keen fundraiser and volunteer and manages several charity appeals to help disadvantaged or ill people within her community. Notably, Libby is the president of the Nottingham and Derby branch of Free Cakes For Kids and works to ensure that no child goes without a birthday cake! In 2015 she was a winner of two Inspiring Woman of the Year Awards and this interview shows what makes her an outstanding person.   You were a winner of two Inspiring Woman of the Year Awards in December 2015 – how was your experience of it? I echo the words of all of the amazing women I met on the night when I say it was an absolute honour to be nominated, never mind to come away with two awards! It was such a shock and a magical experience to be surrounded by so many people who have done such amazing things for the world. Even now I am in disbelief, however winning the award has inspired me to never give up and dream big; to continue to launch and grow new projects and reach out to as many people as possible. How did you start to be involved in charitable activities and what motivated you to take this path? There has never been a Eureka or pivotal moment in my life which has inspired me to do charitable work. When I was 16 I seized the opportunity and my first major charitable endeavour was skydiving, in aid of the Make a Wish Foundation, and since then I have never looked back. I have always been taught to be kind and consider those less [...]

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