Investing In Humanitarian Aid

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Investing In Humanitarian Aid

A few years ago, I realized that I wasn't spending enough time serving others. Instead, I spent most of my time working, hanging out, and even playing video games. Unfortunately, this lifestyle was a little lackluster, and I really wanted to make a difference in someone else's life. I decided to volunteer to help with several different humanitarian aid projects, and I was amazed with how awesome it was. I got to travel to new places, meet new people, and change things for people for the better. This blog is all about throwing your hat in the ring and getting involved with humanitarian services.

Donation Ideas That Can Have a Long-Term Impact

8 March 2017
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Helping other people in life can give you the most amazing feeling of accomplishment. If you want to take your humanitarian services beyond simply donating a little food and clothes, consider donations that will have a long-term impact. Sometimes, all it takes is assistance in one particular aspect of life to help someone else move forward and accomplish their goals. Take a look at this article for a few suggestions that you can consider as donations that will have a long-term effect. Read More …

Facts About Driving In Africa With A Rental Car

8 December 2016
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If you have decided to volunteer your time and join a humanitarian mission in Africa, then you may decide to rent a car for a period of time. This is a good idea if you need to travel between villages or if you need to drive a long distance. Car rentals can be acquired in Africa, just like in other countries. Before you start booking your rental though, you should understand a few important facts about driving in Africa. Read More …

5 Ways To Help Your Local Homeless Shelter

28 March 2016
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Although the rate of homelessness in the United States is declining slightly, there are still more than 500,000 people who were homeless in the United States as of 2015, and a quarter of those people are children. Whether you see homeless people on the street on a daily basis or know someone who has temporarily lost their home due to financial insecurity, you may feel the desire to help the homeless in your area. Read More …