We love seeing post likes this from our dear friend Alvaro from Nicaragua. All of our Nicaragua volunteers know and love Alvaro. We love meeting and making life long friends on our summer programs. We can't wait to see him this summer! Want more informations on our programs? This Sunday at 6 pm EST we are having a information webinar where you can learn how you can volunteer this summer. Link is in the bio!
this is Deborah. she didn't understand 98% of what i said, but we held hands and she pulled me around and we looked in windows and loved on each other and saluted and laughed a lot. i held her in my arms and i all i could do was stare and pray for God to send her a family who loves her fiercely. and then God reminded me that Deborah is His daughter and He loves her more fiercely than any human ever could and He knows and He's a good, good Father and even when things don't make sense to my tiny mind it's okay because He's writing her story and i'm not. Jesus wins.
Words & image: @hannahbusing
All imported western junk food will be banned, in favor of an organic, all-local diet. This is done to combat any future health problems and improve the wellbeing of islanders. Inhabitants will take full advantage of the rich natural resources and the productive agricultural land. “It is easy to boil noodles or rice, but they have almost no nutritional value and there is no need to eat imported food when we have so much local food grown organically on our islands”, said Luc Dini, head of the local council on tourism and a community leader in Torba, a province in Vanuatu. Torba aims to become Vanuatu’s first organic province by 2020.
You never know what someone can create by walking in your footsteps. When your a great example and a good person you don't realize people are watching you closely and learning from you. #Project54outreach would never of been possible without the example and lessons I learned from this man. Please continue to help others because you never know who is watching. Please continue to follow @project54outreach and see how we help the homeless in Skid Row.
We're asked about our logo from time to time so today we thought we would share its meaning.
The umbrella symbolizes our commitment to providing specialized, therapeutic treatment to all children and families. Under our umbrella, you will find the Vista School (K-12), our Therapeutic Residential Services, Outpatient Clinic, Adoption Services, Autism Services, and Wraparound Services. Vista's framework evolves to meet the specialized needs of children and families. Our commitment to you is that we will always be here for ALL who need our help. #vistacares
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#Thankyou@generalmills for your generous support! Your support has helped to renovate the Gym and continue our renovations of the Kitchen at our NE Frankford Club. Additionally, General Mills volunteers help with Healthy Lifestyles programming at NE Frankford on a regular basis. With your help we are able to make #GreatFutures for the kids!
The operating rooms at UTH (University Teaching Hospital) Lusaka were full with enthusiastic trainees from 7 East African countries representing the future leaders of plastic surgery in the region for the 2nd Chance Workshop.
Mason Fraley you are the love of my life. I thank the universe everyday for giving you to me and me to you. You are a real man, taking on this my disability. Your arms are my port in a storm. You are my lighthouse. I love you