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Sundays with Pizza Bill in Mexico

Sundays with Pizza Bill in Mexico

Authored By Nelson Santos 0 Comment(s)

The passions of a volunteer are never measured in lengths or in weights, but by the extent of their commitments in making the world a better place—therefore nobody is ever too young to change history or make positive impacts. The past few weeks in Mexico has been awesome in every way; I was able to spend quality time with friends, I haven’t seen in ages and as well doing essentially what I adore—volunteering and rocking all new experience life throws my way. Did I mention one the amazing benefits of having a friend or contact before hand in the country you...

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Welcome to Mexico

Welcome to Mexico

Authored By Nelson Santos 0 Comment(s)

The pleasure of living a fulfilled life when you work as a community volunteer is that “no act of humanity, regardless of how small, is ever a waste”. After spending the last two months at home with my loved ones and doing essentially what I can to save money for my next travels around the world—it was time to move on to my next adventure and so, I finally found myself in the beautiful country of Mexico in the city of  Playa Del Carmen . Traveling around the world has always been a breathtaking experience for me; and the one...

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Good Bye Puerto Rico

Good Bye Puerto Rico

Authored By Nelson Santos 0 Comment(s)

After 3 months of volunteering in Puerto Rico, focusing and learning about disaster management, it is time to go home. Unlike volunteering project where I link up with an organization and know what to expect before arriving at a location or community, Puerto Rico was nothing of such. It exposed me to live in a different dimension as I had to settle down, look for location and mingle with people to detect where the disaster affect hurts the most. I would be an ingrate if I fail to acknowledge the huge role played by a very good friend of mine...

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Grass Roots Volunteering Puerto Rico Part 2

Grass Roots Volunteering Puerto Rico Part 2

Authored By Nelson Santos 0 Comment(s)

After volunteering at various projects in Puerto Rico, I finally found my final project in a Lares, Puerto Rico volunteering helping rebuild a restaurant known as the El Taino  that was also being used as a distribution hub to help get supplies to the local families in the area and a shelter as well for volunteers who needed a place to stay . Thankfully, the project there was exactly what I had wanted for a while; a chance to volunteer with respect to disaster management. This gave me so much joy as I was able to undergo real grass root...

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Grass Roots Volunteering In Puerto Rico

Grass Roots Volunteering In Puerto Rico

Authored By Nelson Santos 0 Comment(s)

  If there was something I learned during my time in Puerto Rico, it is to be prepared for change. It was my first time getting involved in grass-root volunteering. In contrast to my other adventures in which I have an idea of all I will be facing, this was completely different and I must say it contributed to my life positively. After spending  a month volunteering at the Food Bank in Banco De Alimentos (Food Bank) I knew there was going to come a time when I have to leave my friend’s apartment and move on to the next...

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