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For the latest issue of Vicarious Volunteering, I’m thrilled to feature this documentary and interview from Tender Heart Educational Society in Faridabad, India. Continue for an interview with Renu Bali, founder of Tender Heart Educational Society.
Helping Honduras Kids is located in and around La Ceiba on the northern coast. Consisting of the Hogar de Amor children’s orphanage, the Jungle School, and the Grandma’s Kids program, HHK provides desperately needed care to several hundred poor and … Continue reading
Next up for all of you vicarious volunteers, BiblioWorks has opened eight libraries in the rural countryside near Sucre, Bolivia. In addition to promoting literacy and education, the libraries have become much-needed community centers. We first visited Sucre to trek … Continue reading
A popular stop on the “Gringo trail” running from Lima to Cusco, Arequipa enjoys a thriving tourist economy. Streets surrounding the main plaza are lined by offices offering Colca Canyon treks and guided climbs of El Misti, the snow-capped volcano … Continue reading