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December 2013

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One Race

Merry Christmas: Much love and respect to all people of every faith.  Our dream is for all people to see themselves as one race of people. Lets make a difference in the lives of others as one race of people, the human race.

Mission 2014

We are getting closer to announcing our 2014 missions. The Philippines and Uganda still have need. Please stay tuned.

Cost of Volunteering abroad

Great Question concerning the price of Volunteering Abroad. 
Typically the cost per volunteer depends on the mission abroad. For example, we were lucky enough to raise funds through sponsorship, sites that promote donations, charitable events, etc; Thus our inaugural was really cost effective. Volunteers4Humanity: 
1. Deals with initially Governments, not individuals or facilities. 
2. We depend on the specifications/needs of the Government's hospital/ facility to supply personnel and supplies.

Vital Signs December 2013

This issue highlights the inaugural mission of Volunteers4Humanity. The organization was made possible by volunteers, donations, and sponsors. We would like thanks our various Directors for the outstanding jobs that they have done collectively.

J. Brannon-Director of Protocol and International Logistics(Uganda)
K. Smith-Our DC Director of Project Development and Grant Acquisition
R. Silva-Our Director of Sponsor Relations and Support
N. Dizon-Our Director of Sponsor Relations and Development-Southern California

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