By Barclay Martin, new channels coordinator
Recently, I had the privilege of sitting down with Jim and Ginger, a lovely couple who have been a part of the Quaker tradition for more than 40 years. As it so often happens, it was nothing like I thought it’d be.
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The 2014 blogger trip team on their last day together.
By Victoria Brown, social media coordinator
Unbound’s first blogger trip has been a life-changing experience for me. It’s opened my eyes to the realities of people living in poverty. Continue reading
By Kristin Littrell, freelance writer
Ana Teresa and her family in El Salvador.
As I reflect over the last few days traveling in El Salvador for the Unbound blogger trip, one thing continuously comes to mind: the strength of mothers. Continue reading
Victoria Brown with Diego, Johana, Sonia and Brian outside their home.
It’s 11 p.m., and I’m sitting alone in the Unbound communications office in Santa Ana, El Salvador, typing away as bugs crawl and fly around me. I procrastinated on this post all evening because I couldn’t stop thinking about my visit with Sonia.
Kristin meets Josselyn, her sponsored friend through Unbound in El Salvador.
One of the writers on the Unbound blogger trip meets her sponsored child and finds inspiration.