Reaching Out 2 The World

Long Live the Adventure!


Hey everyone,

Something really cool is happening right now and I thought I should at share.
I created this blog to open up a window into another world. Specifically speaking, the Township of Kayamandi in South Africa. For anyone that read even a single post or saw just one picture, you know how much the trip meant to me.
Well it’s been just about 1 year since I boarded the plane to start the adventure and although I can’t be doing the same now, the adventure continues!
A friend of mine (Dan Sellers) is actually over in South Africa right now. In fact!!! He is staying in Kayamandi, living with the same host family I was once with! The link below this post will connect you do his blog if any of you are interested in seeing what he’s been up to! Dan and I have been talking and want to set up an education fund. A way we can continue to make sure the students over there are getting adequate supplies even when we are no longer with them. We haven’t figure out the details yet how we are going to do this but I wanted to reach out and try and gather more support!
As of now Dan has a PayPal set up that he is directly using to buy supplies for the school. If you are interested you can send something his way via PayPal using his email, I know I already have!
In the meantime, please feel free to contact me and let me know if you have any questions, or ideas that may help this work even better! If you have a minute you should really consider checking out his blog or sending a little something his way. Anything and Everything helps! And trust me, those kids over there could really use it! Thanks everyone! And sorry for the long winded message 🙂


4 thoughts on “Long Live the Adventure!

  1. This is very nice knowing there are people out there who want to help out less fortunate children. I commend you. Very nice blogs both of you!!

  2. I met Dan in south africa when he was hoarding heaps of school supplies around stellenbosch. I was his taxi driver!!!!!!!! I took him all around to get all the schools supplements he needed. Very good of him. I will donate.

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