We’ve been busy.
In just a matter of days we’ll be helping put real life world-changers in a room full of students from all over the world.
On June 3-8 we’ll be partnering with an experience for students called GO! Camp in the small but magical town Henderson, TN.
Check out who will be there:
Katie Spotz rowed 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, becoming the youngest person ever to do so. Her mission wasn’t just to break a record – she used it to help raise thousands of dollars to provide clean water to people in great need.
What does it look like to love your enemies? Jeremy Courtney is the founder of Preemptive Love Coallition. He and his team provide lifesaving heart surgeries to Iraqi children and facilitate hands-on training for local doctors in pursuit of peace between communities at odds.
Al Andrews is the creative soul behind The Boy, The Kite and The Wind, a beautiful story for kids of all ages. His mission is to use this book to make great things happen all over the world – making himself an improbable philanthropist along the way.
David Bowden is a poet and also the founder of Give A Goat. David uses poetry to challenge and inspire individuals and groups to give a voice to the voiceless, promote social justice, and care for the needy throughout the world.
Beth Haley is the founder of Exile International, a team of passionate individuals who help provide expressive trauma therapy to former child soldiers and war-affected children. Her dream for these children is not only that they survive war, but that they would become future leaders of peace in their communities.
Ty Clark is an artist and social entrepreneur from Austin, TX. He’s lent his creativity and compassion to countless brands and projects over the years helping to spread love and tell stories that matter.
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