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A Broader View Volunteers Corp

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services, Philanthropy, Philanthropy, Charity & Voluntarism Promotion, Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grantmaking Foundations

Mission: A Broader View Volunteers is a 501(c)(3) based non-profit organization based in Pennsylvania. With a love for humankind, and a motivated spirit to help others, A Broader View was created on the belief that one person can make a difference in the lives of others. Our US office is operated by an enthusiastic staff with almost 20 years combined travel and hospitality experience.

Results: We managed to finish 3 classrooms/dorms in an orphanage in Uganda, we need to finish the other 3 classrooms and dorms, as well as bathrooms, and a kitchen. We have 180 programs that we need to help as well.

Target demographics: Woman, orphan children, medical/health clinics, animals/mammels

Direct beneficiaries per year: Over 15.000 people and thousands of sea turtles and other mammels

Geographic areas served: Worldwide (Belize, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, Honduras, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, Ghana, Uganda, Cameroon, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, South Africa, Nepal, China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Philippines)

Programs: Teaching project, child care programs, woman's shelter support, rehabilitation and medical missions.

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Advisor

Rating: 5

I serve as a physician advisor to A Broader View and have helped in recruiting volunteer physicians, nurses, medical and nursing students as volunteers. I am very aware of the fantastic work this company has accomplished and quite aware of what a great opportunity volunteering has been for our volunteers. My cardiac history has precluded me from serving in an overseas capacity as a volunteer. I have spoken with medical school and nursing school faculty both before they have gone and after they have returned from their oversea assignments. The same for some of the student volunteers and am very aware of the good they are doing in the countries they visited and of the tremendous benefit they as individuals have received. Our students have returned excited and enthusiastic with their broadened knowledge of medicine as it is practiced in areas of the world they have possibly heard of, but have never been exposed to except didactically.