GoAbroad Foundation

The GoAbroad Foundation helps connect like-minded individuals with sustainable causes around the world, channeling awareness and funds to... Read more

GoAbroad Foundation's supporters

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    Desiree Lynn
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    Jan Vajda

    Attorney at Law Namestovo, Slovakia, Europe, http://appearoo.com/JanVajda

  • Suzy Byville
  • Sarah Rambadt
  • ValAnn AlvVal
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    Risa Zenno
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  • Ilse Damkoehler
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    Paul Kimball
  • Mona Smith
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    Michael Quinlan

    Volunteer, Adventurer, Runner, Explorer, Future Educator, Yogi Hoping to Make a Positive Difference in the World

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    Victoria Mita

    I visited Tacloban City last April and discovered a beautiful place, with heart-warming people. I will return this summer with an opportunity to volunteer.

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    Abi Laurel

    I'm a student at New York University. I worked at GoAbroad in Tacloban City in the summer of 2013.

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    Elsa Alingasa
  • Luc Hale

    Modern Library, 2006 - 203 pages 'We' - In the One State of the great Benefactor, there are no individuals, only numbers. Life is an ongoing process of mathematical precision, a perfectly balanced equation. Primitive passions and instincts have been subdued. Even nature has been defeated, banished behind the Green Wall. But one frontier remains; outer space. Now, with the creation of the spaceship Integral, that frontier - and whatever alien species are to be found there - will be subjugated to the beneficent yoke of reason. One number, D-503, chief architect of the Integral, decides to record his thoughts in the final days before the launch for the benefit of less advanced societies. But a chance meeting with the beautiful 1-330 results in an unexpected discovery that threatens everything D-503 believes about himself and the One State. The discovery - or rediscovery - of inner space...and that disease the ancients called the soul. A page-turning SF adventure, a masterpiece of wit and black humor that accurately predicted the horrors of Stalinism, We is the classic dystopian novel. Its message of hope and warning is as timely at the end of the twentieth century as it was at the beginning. First published in the Soviet 1920s, Zamyatin's dystopic novel left an indelible watermark on 20th-century culture

  • Hayley Hastwell
  • Mia Aria
  • Carol Song
  • Aurora Rupp
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