September 2, 2013
After working for months at home on activities such as composing letters, interviewing, fundraising, and writing reports about the cultures and histories of the developing countries of Cambodia and Nicaragua, students such as myself, embarked on the the most humbling and eye opening experiences of our entire lives. I, Meaghan, have had the honor to travel with Children's Global Alliance to both Nicaragua and Cambodia. In Cambodia, I, along with eight other volunteers and three mentors worked in the Cooperation of Peace Orphanage in the slums. While in Nicaragua, I was one of five student volunteers to teach in a school for disabled individuals.CGA has truly impacted my life and has redefined me as an individual. With the support and leadership of this amazing organization, I built indestructible relationships with children in Cambodia and Nicaragua and realized how sheltered and blessed my life has been. Volunteering with Children's Global Alliance has empowered a copious amount of student volunteers and has changed the lives of children globally.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
have the organization expand to more developing countries.
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