Join me as I walk for health care, clean water, education, and economic opportunities for impoverished communities in Latin America. Having been a part of Concern America for 30 years, I hold this organization deep in my heart. I have visited Guatemala and seen first-hand how we train community members who are providing quality health care and building water systems in the most isolated areas, saving thousands of lives. Now, more than ever, communities are dependent on their local health care provider and Concern needs our support to continue this work.
This year, even though we will be virtual, I am doing my part to raise much needed funds to train people to be health care providers, build water systems, be teachers, and form income-generating cooperatives in their own communities.
Please donate and join me on March 27th, virtually, so that, even from our distinct homes and communities, we are connected together by our global hearts.
About Concern America:
Concern America is a globally-focused community development organization that transforms need into self-sufficiency in economically impoverished regions so that community members themselves are the agents of their own change.