Cheryl Chambers

I love this company ASEA and all it stands for and its Ethos! It just gets better and better how they take the lead, and we support the ASEA’s Advancing Life Foundation efforts. It was such an honor and treat to participate in the Have an Impact, Make a Difference Day. ASEA chose to partner with GRACE, a Grapevine, Texas-based non-profit relief agency which provides food, clothing, financial assistance, and other vital necessities to people who are struggling with a limited income or recent emergency. It felt so good to be part of a team performing the simple act of donating toiletries and building the kits.

I love that ASEA choose a local non-profit organization in the area of our event to highlight and serve. Whether it is a corporate or regional event, I hope they continue to include service opportunities. After serving I have become more aware of those in need around me, and it is an amazing way to pay it forward.

In addition to donating supplies and building kits for the Grace Foundation, I was moved to participate in another one of ASEA’s Advancing Life Foundation efforts. In particular, the 2017 Ecuador Vocational Center Expedition, where we as volunteers will begin construction on an innovative vocational and training center to provide opportunities for youth and underemployed adults, helping to elevate opportunities for more than 1,500 families. I feel very blessed that I was accepted as one of the ASEA family volunteers to participate in this remarkable gift to the town of Cotacachi.

Last years Mexico’s exhibition made such a difference in both the lives of the people of the village of Concepcion and those who served them. I did not want to miss out on the next opportunity to Have an Impact, Make a Difference. Each day now, I strive to Have an Impact and Make a Difference. Thanks, Tyler and all of ASEA!

Cheryl Chambers