The Wandergive Project
Some people travel to explore new places, some travel to escape, some travel to experience life at its fullest. We want to travel with a purpose.
Traveling has changed us in so many unspeakable ways that somehow, we feel compelled to give back. We have seen unfathomable beauty amidst communities living in extreme poverty. We know we can’t change the world, but why not help when we can? The Wandergive Project was created with the aim to help communities in different ways, no matter how big or small. We hope to inspire backpackers and other travelers to help out with our cause, or simply give back in their own little way.
The First Project
When we got back to the Philippines we were determined to get our first project going.
READ: The Wandergive Project: Feed a Child Campaign or TAKE A Photo Walk of Smokey Mountain, where we decided to go in and help.
To see how the first Wandergive Project did read: “The Wandergive Project: Making a Change“
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Waiting to hear more about this 🙂
Thanks please read https://www.adventureinyou.com/the-wandergive-project-feed-a-child-campaign/ to hear more about our first campaign
Keep on spreading love and goodwill! Hope to read more about this project.
Thank you! Hoping to start it this month in Indonesia so please stay tuned 🙂
You can read more about our first project at https://www.adventureinyou.com/the-wandergive-project-feed-a-child-campaign/ Thanks!
Hey do keep me posted and do get in touch if i can help in any way – Nick @ VPO
We will do! Thanks Nick. Looking to start this in July in Indonesia. Will keep you posted 🙂
Hi Nick @VPOorg:disqus – we just launched our first project which can be seen here https://www.adventureinyou.com/the-wandergive-project-feed-a-child-campaign/
Let us know if you can help in any way. Sharing it would help also 🙂 Many thanks
love the bloggers doing stuff like this!
Thanks! We can’t wait to get this project going. Just a little tied up with work. But expect something soon @disqus_Od2i8uhvWH:disqus 🙂