Anyone dreaming of making a difference in a Third World country now has a place to begin.
Kamloops based global charitable organization Developing World Connections is inviting the curious and eager alike to an information and alumni night Wednesday.
Developing World Connections is a Kamloops non-profit organization that offers the opportunity to help communities in the developing world through short-term international volunteer experiences.
The group offers two to four week international volunteer trips to 13 countries in Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
To learn about updated trip and project information, connect with other volunteers and meet some of the staff, including president Wayne McRann, drop by anytime between 5:30 and 8:30 p.m. at Frick and Frack Tap House on Victoria Street.
"For those interested in volunteering abroad for the first time, this is a fantastic opportunity to learn about DWC and ask questions to staff and alumni," said Sarah Johnstone communication co-ordinator. "And we encourage you to bring a friend, relative, or co-worker who may be interested in learning about volunteering abroad."
Earlybirds will get to enjoy free appetizers and everyone will get a chance to win a StormTech backpack - a perfect travel essential.