Name: Chelsea Wolfe
Location: Albion, IN
Position: Writer Intern

Fundraising Goal: $500

How did you get interested in global issues?
I got interested in global issues in 2015 when a national controversy began rising after thirty-one states refused to accept Syrian refugees. As my interest grew into the reasons why, so did my interest in foreign issues and how much, or how little, the U.S. was helping these foreign countries to improve their environments.

Why are you volunteering your time to serve the world’s poor?
I’m volunteering my time to serve the world’s poor because as a citizen of an established country, one of the world’s top countries, I have seen first-hand the privileges we have as a nation and believe that because we have the resources available to us, we should make the choice to help the people in countries that are suffering. Humanity cannot grow as a species unless everyone is growing together.

Any interesting tidbits to share?
Some interesting things about me are that I have a passion for writing, and I improve my writing by constantly expanding my knowledge. By learning new things as much as I can, I plan on helping people that I can, whether it be by divulging knowledge someone might need, bringing awareness to situations, or any other way I can help humanity by using my passion for writing.

 

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