We provide grant funding for the training of volunteers
who engage in sustainable development work in Southern Africa, Central and South America, as well as their local communities.
The volunteers not only learn about the human costs of
poverty around the world, but they also have the opportunity to do something about it. Together we are educating communities on how to reduce their risk of infection from preventable diseases. We are educating teachers who are an active part of their communities. We are helping organize and train small-scale farmers to increase food production and improve livelihood. And we are creating a safe and supportive environment where children can develop and grow.