How Can You Help?
There’s more than one way that you can help. Whether you want to explore, connect, or inspire along with 7 WANDERING BACKPACKS, there are plenty of ways to join us in making a real difference. Check out the opportunities to get involved below and contact us if you have any questions. We appreciate your interest.
We believe that it is possible to create changes in the lives of others through a ripple effect. By EXPLORING our communities on both local and world wide scales, CONNECTING through working together to support those in need, we can INSPIRE others to do the same. By becoming a Wanderer you help us expand our mission to ensure support to groups of individuals, animals and people alike, worldwide.
$170 Can provide 7 Children in Uganda with prescription glasses.
$300 Can pay for the much needed skin care clinic appointments for all the children of the WACWAU group.
$30 Can pay for a Christmas sponsorship for a child of the Boruca Trip in Costa Rica (includes: an outfit, shoes, book, and a toy)
$700 Can pay for the Christmas celebration food for over 300 Boruca men, women, and children.
$50 a month Can sponsor a child in Uvita, Costa Rica in bimonthly educational conservation workshops.
$50 Can provide classroom materials at MCEC in Costa Rica
$100 Can provide supplies for a beach clean up day
$200 Can provide supplies for a day of reef clean up
Local Animal and Human
$500 Will pay for the food and support of 1 black bear cub in rehabilitation at PAWS
$300 Will sponsor a Bald Eagle in rehabilitation at PAWS
$100 provides 4 hours of advanced training for one dog at Summit Assistance Dogs
$500 provides 25 hours of instruction in prison partnership program
$50 provides food for one dog for two months
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Ripples of Change
"I feel so grateful that I had the opportunity to travel with the 7 Wandering Backpacks to Costa Rica. There, I was able to have a hands on experience with the Boruca tribe. Not only did we supply Christmas gifts, but we took part in the giving and celebration itself, which I felt was a much needed personable experience. I would not have gotten that by simply donating money. My favorite part of the whole event was the effort the 7 Wandering Backpacks went through to get every child in the village their own bottle of bubble soap. Come time for the celebration, watching all the young children being so excited to blow the bubbles was such a wholesome and humbling experience. All the small tribal children blowing bubbles into the humid air has become one of my favorite memories."