For as long as I can remember, I’ve always been involved in community service. When I was growing up, my church would raise money for shelters and have food drives during the holidays for the less fortunate.
When I went to college, I joined Delta Sigma Theta, Sorority Incorporated because their values surrounding service and activism were in line with my own core values. Even while in graduate school, I volunteered in Peru for the summer teaching English and helping out at a local daycare.
Whenever I travel, I try to visit a shelter, an orphanage, or community center that focuses on helping the less fortunate, specifically children. Especially when I am with the boy, I want him to see that life around the world is not always as we live it.
Our visit to Lubasi Home in Livingstone, Zambia
In Zambia, we visited an orphanage. The boy played soccer…
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