Jim Killon knows firsthand—sometimes the difference between hope and opportunity or continued destitution and despair can be a simple shift in humanity.
After living in Peru for nearly a decade, Jim Killon was shocked to discover the excess lifestyle he encountered in the U.S.
So what can we do to help? We can definitely scrape a little off the top of our lives and make a difference. Spend time, spread the word, write a check, take a trip, but most importantly find organizations like GO Campaign where 100% of your donation goes to real projects helping our very real future: the children. And of course, you can join us next year when we travel there again!
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Every time I hear the name “Joran van der Sloot,” I want to vomit. I can’t help it. It pains me to write his name here, but he’s weaseled his way back into the news for being even dumber than we thought. We all know his story. He’s being held in custody for the murder…