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Saturday, 02 May 2015 00:00

Make more of your time off

Writing for the Dallas Morning News, Lynn O‚ÄôRourke Hayes, editor of familytravel.com, offers suggestions on creating a family bucket listy with meaning. Make your time off mean more Are you creating your family travel bucket list? Here are five things to consider as you put yours together. Let your values…

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  • Source Self
Friday, 10 April 2015 00:00

World-Positive Leadership

Writing for Huffington Post, Mark Horoszowski, co-founder of MovingWorlds.org, a global platform connecting people who want to volunteer their skills with social impact organizations around the world, examines how volunteer travel and corporate volunteering can benefit companies. World-Positive Leadership Development Programs What is one thing that the Kenyan Red Cross…

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  • Source The Huffington Post
Thursday, 30 April 2015 16:00

Trips that will lift your earning potential

Writer Morgan Quinn looks at volunteer vacations for U.S. News & World Report and considers the career and résumé they may hold. 6 Vacations That Will Boost Your Résumé These trips will give your earning potential a lift. By Morgan Quinn April 30, 2015 No matter how many corners you…

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  • Source U.S. News & World Report
Friday, 17 April 2015 00:00

Homeless are individuals, not problems

Marilyn Jones, correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor, examines a former police officer's unique understanding and approach to homeless individuals in his Northern California community. Robert Anderson sees homeless people as individuals, not problems Because of the efforts of the former police officer, many people he came to know on…

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  • Source The Christian Science Monitor
Wednesday, 25 March 2015 14:32

Be Part of the Solution

Globe Aware founder Kimberly Haley-Coleman was offered the opportunity to explain the attraction of volunteer vacations with Globe Aware to Perrault magazine readers. Kimberly uses her not-for-profit company's Thailand destination to illustrate her points. READ THE ARTICLE - CLICK HERE

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  • Source Perreault Magazine
Thursday, 26 February 2015 00:00

Making a Difference

David Conrads, correspondent for The Christian Science Monitor, recently wrote an inspiring profile on Caroline Boudreaux who works with India's orphans and started The Miracle Foundation. Caroline Boudreaux is a passionate, effective advocate for India's orphans The Miracle Foundation dramatically improves standards in a growing network of orphanages. By David…

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  • Source The Christian Science Monitor
Friday, 13 February 2015 10:58

Family Volunteer Travel

Writing for Chase magazine, freelancer Michelle Seitzer looked at the myriad opportunities and ways to turn a regular vacation into a meaningful vacation through volunteer travel. Globe Aware founder Kimberly Haley-Coleman offered some great insight on what to look for and how to pick volunteer vacations that provide the best…

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  • Source Self
Sunday, 08 February 2015 00:00

Volunteer Abroad

Writing for The Huffington Post's Blog, University of Southern California student Rachel Scott examines the benefits of traveling abroad, immersing herself in foreign communities and cultures and discovers the secret to the most fulfilling travel adventure is to volunteer abroad. Don't Just Go Abroad -- Volunteer Abroad Ask anyone about…

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  • Source The Huffington Post
Friday, 06 February 2015 00:00

Corporate volunteering benefits

Mark Horoszowski, writing for Devex Impact, a global initiative by Devex and USAID in partnership with top international organizations and private industry leaders, examines how an international corporate volunteering program can help a business grow into new, growing markets and assist in staff recruitment and retention. Why your company needs…

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  • Source Devex Impact
Thursday, 29 January 2015 00:00

Battling Thailand's illegal dog meat trade

Every year tens of thousands of dogs are inhumanely transported from Thailand to neighboring countries where they are butchered for their meat. The Soi Dog Foundation and the Thai government are actively working to end this brutal and cruel practice. This story by by correspondent Tibor Krausz in The Christian…

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  • Source The Christian Science Monitor
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