Woman: This is a life-changing…

Woman: …experience…

Woman: … for everybody. The visitors comes…

Woman: … and learn about our culture…

Woman: … and we learn also about their culture.

Green t-shirt man: I think maybe WE trips are very important because…

Green t-shirt man: … it helps to empower people to be active global citizens.

Green t-shirt man: It plays a key role in self-actualization…

Green t-shirt man: by helping people to connect with issues that are very important to them both locally and internationally.


Man in plaid shirt: It’s not about the rich people coming to help the poor people. It’s really about a global community building…


Man in plaid shirt: effort, where we’re using each of our own strengths to help make something better…


Man in plaid shirt: … that’s for everybody, for the benefit of everybody. The community…


Man in plaid shirt: … leaves with an opportunity for education that they never had before…


Man in plaid shirt: … and our volunteers leave with a bigger world perspective than they’ve had before.


Dark jacket man: I’m actually proud and very much happy working with the organization…


Dark jacket man: Free the Children ??? mainly because this is the only organization with the inner communities that we are working with which is making a lot of impact and changes…


Dark jacket man: … in the lives of young people, in the lives of children, in the lives of mothers, fathers.


Man in plaid shirt: By having people come and volunteer on our projects they are not only building the relationships that make them more excited and more motivated to help, but they’re also getting the direct knowledge that makes them more powerful change-makers when they go home.


Man in plaid shirt: It’s an integrated circle where you come, you experience, you go home, you share, the excitement builds, but so does the education, both in the areas…


Man in plaid shirt: …where Free the Children is doing their projects overseas, but also the education for the people back home.

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