E-Newsletter January/February 2013
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E-Newsletter January/February 2013

As we head toward spring, we're happy to know that good things are cropping up all around the world—from gardens and a poultry farm in Zimbabwe to cotton plantations in tsunami-devastated Japan. We also applaud Boston associates who recently braved the aftermath of a blizzard to donate blood, as well as friends of the Foundation—from travelers who gave of themselves in Tanzania to a professional financier who is leveraging her long and successful career to help youths in need. It's people like these, even more than the return of spring, that warm our hearts!

Traveling for Change
Foundation News 

A Heaping Helping of Support
Grand Circle Foundation funds agricultural projects at two primary schools in Zimbabwe.
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Three Perspectives of Cuba
Three officially licensed People-to-People adventures to Cuba are now available, each with a different itinerary and focus. Details about all three programs are hosted on the Overseas Adventure Travel website.
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Recognizing Gutsy Leaders

We believe that true leadership can come from anywhere—from boardrooms to classrooms, from City Hall to city streets. It takes guts to change the world … and our leaders are helping to do so, each in their own unique way.

Gail Snowden
Chief Executive Officer, Freedom House
A 36-year veteran of the banking industry and a nationally recognized leader in urban community development, Gail Snowden learned a lot from her social-worker parents. She now brings her financial expertise to Freedom House, with a vision of making a difference in the lives of inner-city youths.
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We want to hear from you! "Like" us on Facebook and share your experience with Grand Circle Foundation. This month, we're asking:

Have you visited a Grand Circle Foundation-supported school or village? Tell us your story.

We also want to see more of your experiences through your photographs of Grand Circle Foundation visits. Email us your .jpeg files, and you could be featured on our website or in our promotional materials.

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Generous Traveler
Think Globally, Give Locally

OAT travelers Em McEachron and William Staab find that a dollar spent locally in Tanzania goes a long way.
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Worldwide Service

Planting Seeds for the Future

Two years after an earthquake and tsunami struck Japan, regional associates find a new way to help their homeland recover.
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Boston Service

Gifts from the Heart

The semi-annual blood drive at Grand Circle headquarters has special meaning for one associate.
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