Jack Few is an adventure cyclist with a soft spot for the places he travels and people he meets. At 24 he’s already completed a 3,000-mile bike ride through India, self-published a book of stories and wisdom learned on the road, and now he has embarked on an even bigger challenge. This year Jack is riding his bike from Brighton, England to Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan and raising money for girls’ education along the way. Jack is one of the lastest adventurer-turned-advocates who is using his passion to raise awareness and funds for Central Asia Institute.
People all over the world have been having conversations about the best ways to get involved with causes dear to their hearts. How can we make a difference in the lives of others? What kind of volunteer goals do you want to set? One simple action you can take is to join Central Asia Institute by starting a nonprofit fundraiser for girls’ education.
When you start an adventure-travel business with an intention to give back to the communities where you work, the logical next step is to begin peer-to-peer fundraising to support people in the region.
He knows the impact that $10,000 can have within the communities where HER and CAI work. Since all of these funds will go towards supporting educational programs, they will make a distinct impact in communities of Tajikistan, where the boys will happen to be driving through. So, Jackson and The Mama’s Boys aren’t just adventurous young travelers, they are change makers. And they are inspiring change in HER name.
“In order to ‘share the good life’ that I've been blessed with, I want my company to support organizations that effectively provide educational opportunities where none exist,” Kathy explains.
The art show had a successful turnout, and Anya donated a generous portion of the show profit to HER. Thank you Anya for promoting peace through education, one beautiful painting at a time!