Sunday, October 17, 2010

Travel With Purpose - The 12th HumaniTour Viet Nam

October 17, 2010

The HumaniTour team is packed and ready to travel. The team will depart at 2am on October 18, 2010, destination Viet Nam. You can follow them ...


Hand Me Up Work Party

October 16, 2010
THANK YOU to volunteers who came to sort clothes and organized the Clothing Bank in Tukwila, getting ready for CARE Night on October 21, 2010.
CARE (Clothes Are Really Expensive) Night on October 21 will be at Cascade View Elementary School in Tukwila. We expect to serve hundreds of students and their families.
If you wish to donate new or in good condition clothes, or volunteer at our Clothing Bank, please contact us. You can make donations online via our website to support our program.
Katrina Dohn, Program Director (volunteer) of the Tukwila Clothing Bank
p.s: THANK YOU to members of the Rotary Club of Tukwila for their ongoing support.

Monday, October 11, 2010


Children and youth from Seattle, Sammamish, Tukwila, ...

THANK YOU for your participation.

Kids Without Borders Peace Flag was presented to His Holiness the Dalai Lama.


Our KWB volunteers (and board members), Beth and John Daynes, joined by Leslie Walker and Shannon Goodwin, are back from Ladakh, India, where they were able to distribute supplies donated by our generous KWB supporters to victims of the devastating flash floods. The downpour that occured on the morning of August 6, 2010 was the worst ever recorded in 1,200 years of Ladakh history. They focused their efforts on families in two of the hardest hit villages, Saboo and Choglamsar. Your cash contributions are being used to help restore normalcy to this devastated area.
Later in the trip, Beth and John had the opportunity to present the KWB peace flag banner - created by Seattle area children - to representatives of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in Dharamsala. Everyone in Dharamsala who saw the banner was deeply touched by the sweet sentiments of the children.
THANK YOU for your generous donations to the KWB Ladakh Flood Relief Project. We also greatly appreciate your participation in the Peace Flag project.