I appreciate the opportunity to share my thoughts about the Humanitarian trip to Mexico. My first “forever grateful thoughts” and “thank you” goes out to whoever spearheaded the formation of the ASEA Advancing Life Foundation, without their vision, none of this would have happened.
What an indescribable experience. Getting to know those remarkable Mexican people was the highlight of our trip. Bill & I are farmers and thought we were pretty tough physically, but the local villagers put us to shame with their work ethic, stamina, and resilience. Our primitive housing underscored how spoiled we are here at home.
I felt so proud to help strangers that were so gracious and grateful to allow us into their private world. We have changed the lives of many including generations of people with access to life essentials. It was quite amazing watching the villagers participate in their improvement. And I am proud to be Associated with the Advancing Life Foundation, and […]
I was so impressed with the volunteers’ ability to endure the climate and living conditions with genuine happiness and enthusiasm knowing that they were making a difference in the lives of the people of La Concepcion.
When I’m on a journey like this, I believe in myself the most. When I’m on a journey like this, I belong to a team working toward a greater good. When I’m on a journey like this, I feel like I have become a better person and have found meaning in my life.
By Bob Freeze Managing Director of PR & Communications After months of preparation, 35 Advancing Life Foundation volunteers boarded planes in early January and headed to central Mexico for ASEA’s Advancing Life Foundation’s inaugural humanitarian expedition, alongside our partner, CHOICE Humanitarian. The party mirrored the cooperation we have with our field associates on the business […]
I recently had the opportunity to travel to Mexico with CHOICE Humanitarian and ASEA’s Advancing Life Foundation. In the small community of La Concepcion, located in central Mexico, we were able to assist the people in building water cisterns, outdoor ovens, stoves, and chicken coops. Before venturing into the village we spent some time in […]