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  • Get Real: Rethinking Volunteers. Again. By Lori Carlson A couple of years ago, PLF had more volunteer inquiries than we could manage.  The selection process was always tricky; how could we know via a few emails who was going to be the most effective volunteer? Sometimes we got lucky, sometimes we didn’t; our choosing process seemed so random and ineffective. Managing loads ...
  • 2014 Finances are up! By Lori Carlson Another year has come to a close and with it come the joys of IRS reporting. The best part of all these spreadsheets is the rare opportunity to let these numbers tell me stories about how we’ve grown, or not,  think about whether or not that growth has been in the right directions, ...
  • The Champion – Yim Mao By Jacqui Rawson Yim Mao is an inspiring example of someone who continues to keep pushing themselves onwards regardless of misfortunes and ongoing struggles faced.  Yim Mao’s focus is not on his disability but on being as successful as he can be. When he was 7 years old Yim Mao was attacked and beaten severely by some ...
  • Out Of Banteay Srei District and Into Youth Development By Jacqui Rawson Sororn and Channy have just experienced, at 17 years of age, a significant moment in their young lives.  They’ve been introduced to a change in a way of thinking and found a new ability and confidence to challenge themselves to face the world head on. Banteay Srei isn’t just a temple “renowned for its ...
  • STUDENT BLOG: The Struggles Of My Life By Yeom Mao Everybody born in the world, through their lives, has happiness and laughter but also they can have problems and suffering, it cannot be avoided.  Owing to this I thought carefully about describing my story so that you could understand the problems I have faced in my life. My name is Yeom Mao, 25-years old, ...

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