Name: Aaron Yamin
Location: Los Angeles, California
Position: Political Affairs Intern
Fundraising Goal: $500
How did you get interested in global issues? Growing up in a religious and core-valued household, my family made aware that one of the most important aspects of life is to help others. I like to spend my weekends and free time pursuing this goal, taking action in my community and abroad. This organization paved a path for me to further pursue this goal on a global level, for which I will be forever thankful.
Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor? There’s no better way to spend my free time! I’m excited to take part in such a powerful cause and even more excited for where this organization will take me!
Any interesting tidbits to share? I’ve been playing the piano for eleven years now, and it is by far my favorite hobby and outside interest. I enjoy playing for my family and friends, and I find it a great way to express myself.
My compassion/humility list:
I will do the following for any friends or family who donates in my honor…
- For $50, I will tutor any subject
- For $50, I will be your personal driver for a day
- For $100, I’ll dog sit for a weekend
- For $100, you’ll be pleased with a beautiful sit-down dinner
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