- Kelly Moynihan
- December 23, 2014
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As promised, the 2014 Global Community Service Report is hot off the press and ready for your viewing pleasure. For those of you busy preparing for the holidays and can’t read the whole report, below are a few cool stats worth highlighting:
service hours completed in 2014
hours dedicated to a potable water project in Peru
residents that participated in our medical screening initiative in Thailand
mangrove seedlings planted in Fiji
service projects completed in 2014
Scholarships awarded in 2014
School partners in 12 different countries
nationalities represented in our summer programs student body
International staff earned their Wilderness First Responder certificate-yay safety!
homes repaired/constructed in 6 countries
Rustic staff who put a lot of effort into this report, thanks Ann, Naomi, and Katey!
We want to thank everyone–staff, students, and our local partners–for making 2014 so successful. We can’t wait to see what we accomplish in 2015! Enjoy the holidays and safe travels.
Click below to learn more about student and community impact at Rustic Pathways and how our service outcomes contribute to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.
More than a decade of program leader experience, fluency in Spanish, and commitment to community service make Kelly a natural fit to direct our Peru operations. Previously, Kelly worked in Costa Rica with indigenous communities and turtle conservation efforts after joining Rustic in 2008. Originally from New Jersey, Kelly earned a degree in journalism from American University in Washington, D.C.