BENEFITING: GLOBAL AUTISM PROJECT
ORGANIZER: GLOBAL AUTISM PROJECT
SkillCorps team members traveling to Kenya to work with the Kaizora center for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities in Nairobi. They will be training staff and reaching out to parents of children with autism who are eager to learn from their expertise. Join our SkillCorps team in making a socially significant, measurable change in the lives of children with autism in Kenya!
GLOBAL AUTISM PROJECT wrote -
Here's my little story: A few years ago I traveled to another country. I was lucky enough to go on all these awesome excursions. As we ventured around, we drove through some pretty tough sites to see. Children with no clothes and food were just so happy when we simply waved to them. Education was limited because it was too hot for kids to attend plus there were lack of resources. My heart broke but at the same time became determined to make a difference. This is my chance to make a change. I can't save the world but the chance to travel the world to spread my love and share my knowledge will be the way I make a difference in this world. Since I have been in this field I have been blessed to work with clients and families who face challenges of autism and other developmental or emotional disorders. Not only have I been able to teach them, they have taught me more about myself than I would have ever believed. This is a chance of a lifetime to give and get so much more in return, a full heart. My goal is to spread awareness about Autism and hope to make a difference in any way I can. The Global Autism Project is an amazing company that gives people a chance of a lifetime...people who want to make a difference and people who need the resources. Every cent of this fundraising goal goes right to the Global Autism Project. I am required to buy my own plane ticket and all the other essentials or excursions on this trip. Please consider donating on behalf of the Global Autism Project and help my dream come true of making a difference in the lives of children with Autism.