A project of GlobeMed
This year for my birthday, please consider doing me the honor of supporting GlobeMed, which has given me a lifetime of birthday presents!
As we roll into a new year, and for me a new age, I can't help but be reminded of how blessed I am to be part of such an incredible network of people through GlobeMed. Since I'm turning 23, I'm asking for donations of $23 with the goal of at least $230 by the end of January!
If you are a GlobeMedder yourself, take a moment to reflect on how much GlobeMed has given you over the months or years, and consider joining me in supporting GlobeMed for my birthday!
If you're a GlobeMed supporter (or just a Sarah supporter) - thank you so much for that support!
If you've never heard of GlobeMed before, allow me to introduce you. We are a powerful network of 46 university chapters that each partner with a grassroots health initiative around the world, including right here in the US! Each chapter works with their partner organization to support projects through fundraising, educate themselves and their campus about global health issues, and travel in the summer to work as interns with their organizations. Our mission:
Through my involvement with GlobeMed at Rhodes and A Ministry of Sharing Health and Hope in Nicaragua, I have gained the most valuable friends, mentors, and experiences of my life. Since I couldn't get enough of GlobeMed and didn't want to give it up after I graduated, I accepted a position working fulltime at the GlobeMed National Office. It's such a huge honor for me to be able to give back to an organization that has had such an enormous impact on my life and the lives of hundreds of thousands of people all over the world.
Thank you for your support! You can learn more about GlobeMed and what we do at www.globemed.org