HandsOn Action Centers

Jul 29
Posted by mmelendez to HandsOn Action Centers, HandsOn Network
After my third heart surgery, a friend asked me, “What do you plan to do with your second chance at life?” I made a decision to give back to the community by becoming a volunteer for the American Heart Association. I share my story of survival – my high and low moments.
Oct 17

Today's post is written by Marcela Campos, founder of HandsOn Bogota. Founding board member of HandsOn Tokyo is now striving to make a difference in Bogota by establishing HandsOn Bogota, the first HandsOn Action Center in Colombia.

The world is my community. Born in Germany of diplomat Argentine parents, I was raised in the U.S. and Canada, where I was introduced to volunteering at an early age through school and Girl Scouts activities. As a teenager in Argentina, I continued my volunteer work through school and then made sure that my life travels did not stop there. My six-month trip to Asia turned into 11 years in Tokyo, Japan, where I met my Colombian husband and had two daughters. I also met the most amazing group of friends who became the founding board of directors for HandsOn Tokyo.

Jun 04
This year at NCVS, session content is organized across a series of issue areas so that attendees can tailor their schedules to meet their learning and networking needs.

Check out all of the pre-conference sessions associated with... HandsOn Action Centers!