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Need ideas? These Friends got creative to help children in Southeast Asia!
One of Friends’ youngest fundraisers, Olivia hosted a Charity Cookie Swap in November 2014. Delicious treats were traded while raising money for Lao Friends Hospital for Children. What a sweet … Read more
Nerou decided to celebrate a milestone birthday and the 4th of July by hosting a fundraising event from his apartment in Brooklyn, New York. Guests enjoyed a front-row view to … Read more
Each year, up to 1,000 runners join the Luang Prabang Half Marathon in Laos to raise funds for Lao Friends Hospital for Children. The entire hospital participates in some way – … Read more
In addition to working with teens to create once-in-a-lifetime trips around the world, the team at World Challenge spends their spare time raising funds for important causes. Over the course … Read more
Signing up for the Luang Prabang Half Marathon was just the start for Carlo Baccalla. He also tacked on another five days and 230 miles and ran from Vientiane to … Read more
Over the course of 33 days and over 546 miles (wow!), Lisa hiked the “Camino de Santiago” or the “Way of St. James” in Spain. Lisa’s heart-felt journey was to … Read more
It was a family affair as the Berger troupe joined the Alkmaar City Run on May 13th in the Netherlands to raise funds for Lao Friends Hospital for Children. Moms, … Read more
On August 18th, 2013, two friends, Carlo and Annelise, braved 540 feet and 650 artificial holds to conquer the world’s largest artificial climbing wall, the Luzzone Dam in Ticino, Switzerland, … Read more
Beatrice was inspired to help after returning home from a soul-searching adventure to Cambodia and seeing first-hand the desperate health care situation. She and Richard decided that instead of having … Read more
Hearts That Help was started by two girls with big hearts, Chantrea and Sokeara. The girls wanted to help their native country of Cambodia and came up with the idea … Read more