Humanitarian Online Radio Show Collaborates with Do It While You’re Young and Changents to Promote Philanthropic Efforts

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Global Humanitarian Discussions, an online radio show focused on promoting awareness through international volunteering, is excited to announce their upcoming collaboration with popular travel website, Do It While You’re Young and Changents, a digital storytelling and social media platform connecting Change Agents with supporters from around the world in championing philanthropic ambitions.

The radio show hosted by Megan Schiebe at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/megan-schiebe articulates an array of international volunteer opportunities available for global volunteers by inviting representatives from global Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) to discuss their upcoming volunteer needs on radio such as volunteering with a library project in Burkina Faso, doing field-based volunteering with communities who are utilizing microcredit loan initiatives or topical discussions on how to engage more donors with your upcoming fundraising drive.

Do It While You’re Young, http://www.diwyy.com a progressive and dynamic travel website discussing all those things as aptly presented, you wished you did while you were young, delivers enticing content from fabulous venues to have lunch at in Istanbul Turkey, to highlighting various study abroad programs in Spain to discussing safety tips while traveling abroad. The content is thought provoking and the allure of the exciting travel adventures makes you want to add just one more stamp to that passport lying at the bottom of your drawer.

Changents, http://changents.com a digital storytelling platform for the world’s charismatic Change Agents, empowers individuals to showcase their incredible humanitarian efforts in implementing phenomenal environmental and social change initiatives, by procuring support from others with similar interests. Individuals, whose interest range from advocating for refugees, to creating awareness around global warming and the environment to creating opportunities for marginalized communities in Cambodia, each Change Agent finds a home with this extensive networking platform in advancing awareness centered on these global issues.

The radio show, through these collaborative approaches, hopes to engage more listeners globally through their awareness campaign of international volunteering as well as the benefits associated with volunteering. For more information, please contact Megan Schiebe at meganschiebe (at) travelvolunteersearch (dot) com.

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