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By joannadel19
               A call to perform community service rings after school.  Once each homework assignment is done, it is not a time to unwind, but a time to help those in need.  I am strong advocate of volunteering.  Assisting others i...

By rylan19
Volunteering as a defense attorney for the Lake County Teen Court Program has exposed me to a variety of unique situations and people that have molded me in to the person I am today. However, my interaction with one young man has truly changed the course of my life. During a Teen Cour...

By hepps4
Having been involved deeply and actively in Girl Scouting activities, from age 6 to the present day, has had the most impact on shaping my character. As an Ambassador level Girl Scout, I realize that I am a role model for all the younger girls and volunteerism is at the heart of my Girl...

By nehagupta
Every child has the right to hope, even destitute orphans in India. This is why, at the age of nine, I founded Empower Orphans, a non-profit organization dedicated to enabling orphaned and underprivileged children to break the cycle of poverty through education and healthcare. My exper...

By KatieLan
Bees are possibly the most important creatures on this planet. Though they are more familiarly recalled as honey producers, they have a job that is much more important than providing us with an alternative sweetner in our drinks or food. Bees, honeybees or bumblebees: all bees polli...

By patricialutang
 You are all far better people than I am.   Yes, I'm tired from reading essay upon essay upon essay today. No, it doesn't mean that they were dull or uninteresting or anything like that. Far from it.   You are all extraordinary people. And I repeat myself: you are al...

By Sahar
On February 4, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered a speech at Ebenezer Baptist Church where he spoke these inspiring words, "Everybody can be great....because anybody can serve. You don't have to have a college degree to serve. You don't have to make your subject and verb agree to s...

By SophiaConstantine
  For most of my life, I have been involved in community service. My parents were always involved in helping the community—whether it was planting trees or reading to children—and naturally, much of that has influenced my siblings and me. When I was in elementary and middle sc...

By patricialutang
  Meet Senna, a kind young lady with a big heart and a vegan diet. In her TEDx talk, she talks about her work with Lily, a sea lion. In her TEDx talk, "Turning lemons into lemonade", she talks about how she turned her "lemons", meeting a suffering sea lion named Lily, into "...

By KatieLan
 The history of China has always been seen as binary. The empire divides, reunites, then divides again. Under the strict rule of the Communist Party, the paranoia of division flows strong. After seeing the colllapse of the Soviet Union, party leaders strive to hold China together....

By AllisonZhang
Article link: www.christianitytoday.com/thisisourcity/newyork/unlikely-defender-of-trafficked-women.html   Having translated an article about selling and purchasing the virginity of teenage girls in Cambodia ( www.marieclaire.com/world-reports/cambodian-virgin-trade ), I became ...

By tracy
http://youtu.be/V8GJjhTx-I8 Here is the link to my video about volunteering and child hunger prevention. PLEASE WATCH IT The purpose of my PSA is to inform and educate the public about the detrimental effects of child hunger and how we can prevent this problem. Child hunger is ofte...

By Tygirton
                  Many people have experienced life-altering experiences that have led them to have a whole new outlook on themselves and the world around them.   Such epiphanies can occur from some of the most mundane activities to ...

By hillary
Agent Orange, Vietnam, pain, suffering and love! Lorelle and Gerry Wendt’s Blog March 2014   Gerry and I were privileged to visit victims of Agent Orange, and their families, in Quang Tri Province, outside Dong Ha. This area, just south of the demilitarised zone between...

By dputhenpurakal
   The Significance of an Individual                   At least once in a person’s lifetime someone has told him/her “You can do it!”. Even the media supports this positive attitude through T.V shows such as Bob the Builde...
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East Villagers is designed to foster a proactive spirit of philanthropy among high school and college students. Our vision is to equip these students to become innovative leaders who pursue social justice within and beyond their communities.
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Our entire staff consists of all volunteers. And our mission is to provide hope and care to neglected, abandoned, and orphaned children in deprived areas of the world. Most of our current work focuses on the children of VietNam because after researching, we found that we are most needed there.
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