Volunteer Story: Mikaela Karram

Volunteer Story: Mikaela Karram

Mikaela went on one of our trips earlier this summer. She had been in a hard place in life and after learning about Humanity and Hope via Instagram, she decided to step out of her comfort zone and do something for others. Mikaela owns PAY IT FORWARD GEAR and is using a portion of her business to continue to give back to Humanity and Hope (read through to find the discount code!).

How other people’s stories became my own - Lessons from Honduras

How other people’s stories became my own - Lessons from Honduras

Guest post by trip volunteer: Kierston Cook
After spending 7 days visiting 3 different villages that Humanity and Hope United Foundation partners with to create sustainable changes, I feel like I learned more on this trip than 25 years of living life. These ideas came from the people I traveled with, the people that live in the villages and the people that help make this foundation a reality.