Kim Clune

Kim spent the summer of 2008 living in Have, Ghana volunteering through Village Volunteers. There she worked on an organic farm that taught local farmers sustainable farming practices, she delivered donations to the RC primary school and clinic, and she helped to prepare the Have Community Library for its grand opening. Upon her return, she redesigned and wrote the Village Volunteers Quarterly e-newsletter, developed social media strategies, and designed the new 300+ Village Volunteers website before returning to work full time at her business, Mixed Media Matters, Inc. Google

India: New Light Offers Little “M” Hope

New Light, a secular nonprofit charitable trust, offers a creche-cum-night-shelter to protect and educate young girls, children and women at high risk. Continue reading

Leadership Means Listening by Kim Clune

Listen as Village Volunteer, Kim Clune, speaks frankly about how Village Volunteers, Shana Greene and Ghanaian villagers have taught her that leadership is truly a team sport and that listening and facilitating is the greatest gift of all. Continue reading

The Lost Girls Go to Kenya

The Lost Girls authors' lives are changed after visiting Village Volunteers' Kenya partners, Emmanual and Lillian Tasur of Namunyak Maasai Welfare. Continue reading