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Transformative Healthcare  for Vulnerable Children


Moving to Kenya.

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Starting a nonprofit, finding my irrelevance, and building the life of my dreams.

A Library for World Changers

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This blog is filled with stories written to transport you to places of unfamiliar scenery, innovative thinking, burning heights of passion, and to inspire bold action for changing our world. Sometimes it's exploring the intricacies of a local artisan market, other times we're revealing a lifestyle tip or exposing a hard to hear fact about the dark patches of the humanitarian world. We call this a library because it is a truly versatile collection of readings for anyone on a journey to live more intentionally.

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When an Orphan Needs Healthcare

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Can you imagine what it would be like to be hospitalized as an orphaned or vulnerable child? No parent is holding your hand as you undergo your treatment. You can’t even get admitted for the care you desperately need because no one can pay your medical bill or take time away from their work or […]

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5 ways to support your charity through COVID-19

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Galas are cancelled; giving isn’t. Here is a list of 5 meaningful ways to support your charity through COVID-19.

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Moving to Kenya

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When I met that pinnacle goal and opened an extraordinary 5 story hospital—I woke up to a TOUGH realization…

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Orphaned NICU survivor finds forever family

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Some stories are marked by so much tragedy that is impossible to pass them along while maintaining any glimmer of morality. The story of Dave’s 14 year old birth mother is one of them. We mean Cinderella before the slipper but with an M 18+ rating for the level heartbreaking circumstances she endured.  So for […]

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Orphaned NICU survivor finds forever family

Stories

Some stories are marked by so much tragedy that is impossible to pass them along while maintaining any glimmer of morality. The story of Dave’s 14 year old birth mother is one of them. We mean Cinderella before the slipper but with an M 18+ rating for the level heartbreaking circumstances she endured.  So for […]