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PfaP Portraits

Our first introduction to Lindani and his wonderful wife Linda was as friends. We met, found out we all loved chili and board games for a start, and a fabulous friendship blossomed. As PfaP continued to grow and we were looking for additional expertise, Lindani and his skill sets came to mind. Lindani is originally... Continue reading

PfaP Portraits

Bob Richards has been a resident of Raleigh, N.C., U.S.A. (Pack for a Purpose global headquarters), for longer than he cares to admit after graduating in Electrical Engineering at the local college.  He currently works for a software company. He married another programmer, Giavanna, almost 24 glorious years ago. For entertainment they like to take... Continue reading

PfaP Portraits

After reading about Pack for a Purpose in her Travel & Leisure magazine, Sarah contacted Rebecca about getting involved. A few months later she was volunteering! Sarah is a social worker at Lakeside School, a program of Lakeside Educational Network, which serves at-risk youth in the suburbs of Philadelphia. Sarah’s interest in international development within... Continue reading

Over the Moon at Half Moon

Over the Moon at Half Moon A Pack for A Purpose Story (Half Moon, a RockResort) Mr. and Mrs. Rosen, decided that they wanted their children to know and appreciate the act of giving as there are so many children in need. They decided to partner with Half Moon, A RockResort, mainly because they have... Continue reading

PfaP Triumphs in Tanzania

To celebrate our 50th milestones, my husband John and I booked a trip to Tanzania to climb Kilimanjaro and go on safari. Although, this was our trip of a lifetime, we also wanted to do something for the people of Africa but were unsure of how to go about it. Coincidentally, my Costco Connections newsletter... Continue reading

PfaP Delivers in Dominica

  At the end of each month, children at the Grand Fond Primary School in Dominica get very excited. Not because it’s the end of another day at school, but because it marks their shopping day. This is the day when they take their small paper coins they’ve earned for good behavior throughout the week,... Continue reading