Volunteer in Africa with
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Sarah Steele volunteered in Africa

Today we celebrate Sarah Lucy Steele for her foresightedness, cheerful heart, adaptability, organizational skills and sacrifices. Our hero who helped close to 2000 people in poor communities in Africa get healthcare on her trip to Africa. As a volunteer in Africa with us, she never complained though almost always, being the first point of contact meant she was in the thick of the crowd, in the heat of the sun and slightly apart from the rest of the team.

Today we celebrate Sarah Lucy Steele for her foresightedness, cheerful heart, adaptability, organizational skills and sacrifices. Our hero who helped close to 2000 people in poor communities in Africa get healthcare on her trip to Africa. As a volunteer in Africa with us, she never complained though almost always, being the first point of contact meant she was in the thick of the crowd, in the heat of the sun and slightly apart from the rest of the team.

Sarah L Steele – TX, USA

Featured is Sarah Lucy Steele, who is currently a residential Instructor at Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Sarah Steele joined our medical team to volunteer in Africa when she was an education student at Syracuse University in 2013. She financed herself for this trip, and though without medical training, her passion to make a difference, skill of identifying an area in need of service wherever she is put shined brightly as a volunteer for the Africa medical mission trip. Sarah Steele became the first point of contact for every person who had to be seen by the medical team. She recorded the names, ages, and complains of each person waiting to be seen, organized the people in waiting lines and cheered them when they needed. The children loved her from first instance and she made sure to go within the children in the schools to fish out those barefooted, bring them forward to get them shoes from our donations supplies. Her ability to bridge the language gap, to be able to effectively determine what the complaints of a person was and provide that information on the card made it possible for many to be seen. Today we celebrate Sarah Lucy Steele for her foresightedness, cheerful heart, adaptability, organizational skills and sacrifices. She delivered as a volunteer in Africa with us, and never complained though almost always, being the first point of contact meant she was in the thick of the crowd, in the heat and slightly apart from the rest of the team. Sarah is a strong woman who can do anything. We celebrate her, we salute her and we are grateful to her for volunteering in Africa with us. Please join us to say Thank you Sarah; you are our hero who helped close to 2000 people get healthcare on your trip to Africa.

Posted on December 24th, 2016