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Noorain Khan

I helped develop a Girl Scout patch for philanthropy. It was adopted nationally to teach girls how to give and introduce them to philanthropy. We learned about the organizations, the budgets and making intentional decisions.  It informed how I thought of giving.

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Fauzia Dawood

Once a team member has been on board for at least 6 months, there’s an opportunity to go into the field. This year,  26 people, including me, went to Ethiopia. The trip included the tech team and even our receptionist. We met the people we are bringing water to directly. It’s hard to do development…

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Kamara Jones

There’s one bus in particular that is always late during my evening commute home. When I’m tired of waiting for it I’ll often request an Uber. There are lots of people who take that same bus who can’t afford to request an Uber. In fact, lots of them don’t have smartphones to check and see…

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Naomi Hochberg

Nepali people are some of the most optimistic, spiritual and welcoming I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. I was treated like family as soon as I arrived in their country so to see such wide spread devastation and despair made me want to do as much as I could to help.

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