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November 19, 2012

Lew-Port grad seeks funds for volunteer trip

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Niagara Gazette — “The experience of volunteering abroad truly emphasizes our shared humanity, and the appreciation you gain for other people and cultures is profound,” Santos said. “It’s definitely a socially responsible way to travel and learn about life overseas. But it’s also an opportunity for self-reflection, to learn how we can individually take action on global issues.”

For more information on how to help sponsor Meghan’s volunteer abroad mission, you can access her personal fundraising website by visiting www.my.crossculturalsolutions.org/sponsor/sponsorsearchpage.aspx and entering her last name.

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