Thank You

I’ve been back from Greece for a week or so now and just want to take a moment to say thank you to everyone who supported this trip and previous trips to Serbia.

When I went back to Belgrade in September I had the small idea to fill my backpack with a few items daily and distribute in the park for 2 weeks before going home.

Now 4 months, 3 trips and 2 countries later that idea turned into so much more.

In total I have received over $30,000 in donations from friends, family, strangers and by partnering with non profits like Khalsa Aid for support in our missions. That money has been spent on thousands of portions of food, blankets, socks and any other necessity for the cold weather. Plus about $6,000 went to support 2 rescue teams in Greece.

I am so happy that I was able to do this and sincerely thank everyone who donated, shared posts and supported us.

Special shout out to “The best international team of volunteers ever!” akaHumanitet.nu I can’t even count how many amazing people I met doing this, love you all <3

Here’s a fun photo of Shell and The Swedes on my last day before the night got crazy. Miss you guys xo

Shell and The Swedes on my last day in Greece
Shell and The Swedes on my last day in Greece
Chios, Greece has hundreds (if not thousands) of people arriving daily. 40-50 people on a rubber dinghy to cross the 3km of Aegean Sea from Turkey.
Chios, Greece has hundreds (if not thousands) of people arriving daily. 40-50 people on a rubber dinghy to cross the 3km of Aegean Sea from Turkey.
Christmas Day! Our team raised enough money to buy all of the supplies on a rescue teams wish list!
Christmas Day! Our team raised enough money to buy all of the supplies on a rescue teams wish list!

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We <3 the Spanish Rescue Team
We <3 the Spanish Rescue Team

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