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Donor Relations Coordinator

Leaders in Action Annual Retreat 2021

To our Leaders in Action Sponsors:

¡Hola from Nicaragua, Sponsors!

 

To us, “amigos” means more than friends – it means family. Even from afar, you are family to the young lives you are investing in. As scholarship sponsors, you play such a unique and direct role in transforming the lives of both students and their families. 

 

Because we believe so strongly in family, this year our Leaders in Action got together for their annual retreat to focus on exactly that … FAMILY. Check out some retreat highlights and hear about how the students reflected on the meaning of family in their lives!

 

Thank you for being a part of our family! ,

The Leaders in Action Team

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