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[music] thank you, thank you andwelcome to a big afternoon and wonderful training again. i am very very honored to behere with you, ni hao. and you know it's just anamazing city and an amazing


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singapore highlights, weekend. let me share a little bitabout the foundation and why it should matter to you. the worldventures foundationwas created to allow you the

opportunity to travel theworld and make a difference. and just like we did thisweekend on friday, yesterday, we made a difference insingapore. it is our intention to alwaysleave a city better than we found it. i don't know any otherorganization that thinks that way, that believes that that'san important mission in their organization. and we also do voluntours andwe do fundraising for our

partners around the world, sowe'll talk about that a little bit in a minute. but first i want to talk aboutjourney to 100, journey to 100 was inspired by the 10thanniversary. so when, if, who was at unitedin orlando? so we talked about that a lotthere. it's a great great weekend. and it was the intention tocomplete our 100th ecobottle school in guatemala by the endof this year and i have to

tell you because of thismarket, because of you here, we were able to fundraise toachieve that goal within 60 days. and you made it happen, youset the pace and you made it happen so thank you everybodythat helped. [applause] so for all those people whowere able to fund a school and they were 19,000 us per schoolwe have an invitation to join the worldventures leadershipin guatemala in december this

year to celebrate togetherthis incredible goal achieved. and if anybody still wouldlike to help us build more bottle schools you're welcomedto come talk to us at our booth and we'd love to talk toyou too. so let's talk about, you sawwhat we've done in 2015. thank you for everybody that'sbeen on the voluntour and helped us, they wereextraordinary experiences and i think changing the lives ofchildren is a very worthy worthy cause.

so let's talk about what'scoming up this year. so we have bottle schools inguatemala, you're all always welcome to come join us therebut it is a long way. i just want you to know it'san important piece of what we do but we are looking todefine and bring a similar program in this region so youcan start participating. and our goal is to completethe identification of that before the year end. alright, so in australia andasia here's our voluntour

schedule. so fiji, we're going to fiji. this is available for bookingon the dreamtrips.com or the app. i was there last week. we met the orphanage thatyou'll be working at. and the children there's a lotof special needs children, the orphanage is in disrepair fromhurricane winston. and you will be able to gothere and make a difference.

so please consider that oneand bring your team. and in bali we go often tobali. who's been to the balivoluntour? there's people to ask aboutit. it's a pretty extraordinarythe orphanage is amazing. then we're going into malaysiaagain. so who's been helping us inmalaysia so far? it's a little far to comemaybe but anyway we're going back.

this is in kota kinabalu andthen beijing we're going twice and we're working with handson network there doing projects near beijing. and then we have shanghai andshenzhen. so we believe these areopportunities for you to experience what happens whenyou take a vacation with a purpose and you make adifference in children's lives when you're visiting an area. so you get to see the culturebut most importantly you get

to build relationships withthe children and organizations that we value. and we think we'll make adifference in your life, not just the children's lives. so please take a look, pleasecome join us. we'd love to have you. now we have blessed homes,who's been to blessed homes with us? there should be a lot of you,it'll be our 5th visit there.

this is a wonderful place inmesa thailand and we go to chiang mai also but their homeis amazing. there's a young man there andhe has 138 children he has rescued from the war inmyanmar. and they're really anextraordinary organization. and for those who know daveand yvette ulloa who is a, if they know them as trainers. i'm not sure they've beenhere, they probably have. they're leading the tour tonepal.

so you will have theopportunity to spend a week with 2 of the top trainers inthe world on that voluntour. so we'd love to have you, joinyou there. as far as i know there's 3rooms left, so if you're at all interested please considerit. i'm going to go too, so we'regoing to have an extraordinary week. ok, so come see us at thebooth. come talk about thevoluntours.

we'd love to have you join us. and now i'd like to talk aboutour newest member of the worldventures foundation,yvonne siow. yvonne is headquartered herein singapore. so she will be here to workwith you directly on all things volunteer. and i'm going to ask you tobring, i'm bringing her onto stage but i'm going to ask youto give here a very warm welcome because it's, she'shere to help serve you because

it's so difficult for me tokeep coming from all over the world, here. and i want her to have thebest best time here. so please welcome yvonne. thank you, thank you gwyneth. thank you everyone. thank you and welcome to mycountry, singapore. please have a seat. in fact it's been really quitean amazing journey, i mean to

join this really wonderfulorganization. and i started since februarythis year. so in fact it's really thefirst time that i am meeting most of you. so before i go into, you know,all my introduction i would like to spend some time to getto know you. ok, you don't mind? ok, can i just maybe start byasking a couple of questions? who has done some charity workin your life before?

can you raise up one hand? some kind of charity workbefore, that's right. ok, good. now if you have been given anopportunity would you like to do more volunteering work? can i have both hands. (chinese) look around youguys. look around, how global anorganization we are.

everyone of you, i don't seeany hands down. i don't see anybody telling methat they don't want to volunteer and make adifference in a kids life. ok, every one of you have sucha big heart to serve. in fact yesterday i was with acouple of you going to lighthouse is a special schoolfor the hearing impaired and visual impaired. so a lot of you under the hotsun, humidity, sweaty conditions, did so much workfor the school.

you know you roll up yoursleeves, you painted the place, you make it look reallynice and shiny. and on monday when the kids goback to school they are really gonna feel that differencethat you have made. and i want to honor a few ofyou, thank you. michelle, michelle was one ofthe volunteers and when she came on board with us,yesterday, she had an ear infection. she couldn't hear, 90% of herear was swollen.

but then i asked her, why areyou here? it's hot, why don't you restat home? so she just gave me that lookand that look told me everything, she's there toserve. even regardless of thecondition, the discomfort that she feels, it doesn't matterbecause whatever she did yesterday morning did a lot ofimpact and it helped the children. so michelle thank you.

so of course there are somany so many wonderful guys who did a lot more, so ratherthan me telling you, i'm going to show you the video, enjoy. video please. thanks everybody. hello. hi guys my name is angelo. i'm coming to you fromsingapore. this is 2 days before momentumthat's taking place this

so it's a hot humid day insingapore. we have 44 people who'veactually given that time up on a friday morning to come downand help, help out with the lighthouse school insingapore. and it's a school for impairedchildren, hearing and seeing sort of disabilities. and it's been fantastic,right. so i think more people as muchas it's a fun travel, doing the business i think it's alsovery very important to come

and spend your time with thesetype of people who want to give back. so as you can see it's hot,humid and hopefully by the next time this comes tosingapore we see, we hope we have a lot more of you herewith us. so to all of those whovolunteered thank you very much. hopefully for the guys thatwant to help us in the future, come and join us.

now i'd like to bring on stagemr. farri who has actually been there with us to sharehis experience. mr. farri. [cheers] hello singapore. [laughter] so farri tell me yesterdayyou really hated me right, when i blindfolded you andasked you to walk down that very steep flight of stairs.

what is your feeling? --my feeling was like, youknow, it's difficult because the thing is that we haveeyes. but the kids there do not haveeyes to see. and the experience that i,i've experienced is very different and makes me moreconscious. it gave me more intact to allthe kids out there. --so if given the chance whatwould you do? would you come back with usagain?

--of course. --so what is your advice tofirst time volunteers who wants to join us? --ok for those out there whowants to volunteer, do not put high expectation, alright? because she can be reallynasty. --rina just told me i'm such aslave driver. i worked him so hard. --alright because if you comein with an expectation, you

know, it just give with anopen arms you are giving back with your own heart feelings. so anyone out there if youwant to join us, open arms, let's make a living giving. --thank you, thank you mr.farri. so moving forward what ireally want to do for the asian market is to reach outto all our key priority markets and look for nationalcharity organizations that we can work hand in hand with.

so in australia for example weare working with pcyc. they are an organizationthat's set up to help the children who are at risk. so they have 220 centers allaround australia and any of our members can really go tothe center and say yes i want to help do something. so we're looking for such anorganization in singapore, malaysia, taiwan, hong kong aswell as australia. and again rena angelica hasbeen so wonderful to

volunteer. i'm going to bring more peopleto the lighthouse to help. so for those of you who are insingapore on 2nd of april please come and join her andmr. rena, sign up at the booth during the break. ok, so thank you very verymuch for your wonderful time. and as you create the momentumfor your business, personal life this weekend please alsocreate the momentum for volunteering.

thank you. so, um, sadly, um thisbeautiful woman can't be here today. sadly for us, for her it'sextraordinary because she is travelling, i think she's iniceland having an extraordinary experiencethere. but anne has become both agenerous donor and a remarkable partner for thefoundation. and as i have been travellingthe world we have been

recognizing a global volunteerof the year and that was a young lady out of greece. and then in africa, australiaand now here we have anne. so when she returns she willhave received this award which is called our joy award. and it recognizes anne for hergenerosity of time and treasure. so i'm sorry she's not here toreceive it but we're very happy.

so just give a round ofapplause because she will see the video. thank you anne, thank youanne. there, so we have a picturewith me, a little odd, but there we go, you know. so i want to tell you a storyand, um. and i'd like to kind of wrapit up with this. so when i first started in thenonprofit world, um, you know, i wasn't sure i could do thiswork of helping children

globally. and this was beforeworldventures invited me to help run the foundation. i was, you know, an englishword is daunted by the scale of need in the world. and i couldn't grasp how to,how to get involved and make a difference. and then i heard the starfishstory. so this is, some of you mayknow this story, but it really

helped, make sense to me whyevery life matters. so on the beach, it may be abeach anywhere, it could be a beach, you know, it could be abeach in australia, caribbean. all the star fish arestranded, thousands of them are stranded on the beach andthe waters gone out and the sun's beating down on them. and a little boy is walkingalong the beach and he is putting, it depends who'stelling the story, chucking, throwing, putting, but he'sputting starfish by starfish

in the water. and an adult with preconceivednotions came along and said "why bother, it doesn'tmatter. you could never serve allthese starfish there's just too many." and the little boy looked upat the big adult and said as he threw another one into thewater "it mattered to that one." and i really want, i hope youcan hear the power in this

story, it mattered to thatone. because all that reallymatters in the work we do is the child who's life ischanged in ways we may never know. but because we took the timeand we took the energy to put into their life a change, asimple change of environment or sharing or funds that lifecould be the difference made for their choices in thefuture. and you have the power throughthis amazing organization

called worldventures to be apowerful change in the world. i mean we have thisopportunity that is very rarely given to a group because ofour size and scale. and i invite you to join us inwhichever way you can and help us make a difference in thelives of children. so thank you for listening. thank you for allowing us toshare the stage with you and i will see you on a voluntour. thank you so much thank youthank you.


[music] thank you, thank you andwelcome to a big afternoon and wonderful training again. i am very very honored to behere with you, ni hao. and you know it's just anamazing city and an amazing


singapore highlights

singapore highlights, weekend. let me share a little bitabout the foundation and why it should matter to you. the worldventures foundationwas created to allow you the

opportunity to travel theworld and make a difference. and just like we did thisweekend on friday, yesterday, we made a difference insingapore. it is our intention to alwaysleave a city better than we found it. i don't know any otherorganization that thinks that way, that believes that that'san important mission in their organization. and we also do voluntours andwe do fundraising for our

partners around the world, sowe'll talk about that a little bit in a minute. but first i want to talk aboutjourney to 100, journey to 100 was inspired by the 10thanniversary. so when, if, who was at unitedin orlando? so we talked about that a lotthere. it's a great great weekend. and it was the intention tocomplete our 100th ecobottle school in guatemala by the endof this year and i have to

tell you because of thismarket, because of you here, we were able to fundraise toachieve that goal within 60 days. and you made it happen, youset the pace and you made it happen so thank you everybodythat helped. [applause] so for all those people whowere able to fund a school and they were 19,000 us per schoolwe have an invitation to join the worldventures leadershipin guatemala in december this

year to celebrate togetherthis incredible goal achieved. and if anybody still wouldlike to help us build more bottle schools you're welcomedto come talk to us at our booth and we'd love to talk toyou too. so let's talk about, you sawwhat we've done in 2015. thank you for everybody that'sbeen on the voluntour and helped us, they wereextraordinary experiences and i think changing the lives ofchildren is a very worthy worthy cause.

so let's talk about what'scoming up this year. so we have bottle schools inguatemala, you're all always welcome to come join us therebut it is a long way. i just want you to know it'san important piece of what we do but we are looking todefine and bring a similar program in this region so youcan start participating. and our goal is to completethe identification of that before the year end. alright, so in australia andasia here's our voluntour

schedule. so fiji, we're going to fiji. this is available for bookingon the dreamtrips.com or the app. i was there last week. we met the orphanage thatyou'll be working at. and the children there's a lotof special needs children, the orphanage is in disrepair fromhurricane winston. and you will be able to gothere and make a difference.

so please consider that oneand bring your team. and in bali we go often tobali. who's been to the balivoluntour? there's people to ask aboutit. it's a pretty extraordinarythe orphanage is amazing. then we're going into malaysiaagain. so who's been helping us inmalaysia so far? it's a little far to comemaybe but anyway we're going back.

this is in kota kinabalu andthen beijing we're going twice and we're working with handson network there doing projects near beijing. and then we have shanghai andshenzhen. so we believe these areopportunities for you to experience what happens whenyou take a vacation with a purpose and you make adifference in children's lives when you're visiting an area. so you get to see the culturebut most importantly you get

to build relationships withthe children and organizations that we value. and we think we'll make adifference in your life, not just the children's lives. so please take a look, pleasecome join us. we'd love to have you. now we have blessed homes,who's been to blessed homes with us? there should be a lot of you,it'll be our 5th visit there.

this is a wonderful place inmesa thailand and we go to chiang mai also but their homeis amazing. there's a young man there andhe has 138 children he has rescued from the war inmyanmar. and they're really anextraordinary organization. and for those who know daveand yvette ulloa who is a, if they know them as trainers. i'm not sure they've beenhere, they probably have. they're leading the tour tonepal.

so you will have theopportunity to spend a week with 2 of the top trainers inthe world on that voluntour. so we'd love to have you, joinyou there. as far as i know there's 3rooms left, so if you're at all interested please considerit. i'm going to go too, so we'regoing to have an extraordinary week. ok, so come see us at thebooth. come talk about thevoluntours.

we'd love to have you join us. and now i'd like to talk aboutour newest member of the worldventures foundation,yvonne siow. yvonne is headquartered herein singapore. so she will be here to workwith you directly on all things volunteer. and i'm going to ask you tobring, i'm bringing her onto stage but i'm going to ask youto give here a very warm welcome because it's, she'shere to help serve you because

it's so difficult for me tokeep coming from all over the world, here. and i want her to have thebest best time here. so please welcome yvonne. thank you, thank you gwyneth. thank you everyone. thank you and welcome to mycountry, singapore. please have a seat. in fact it's been really quitean amazing journey, i mean to

join this really wonderfulorganization. and i started since februarythis year. so in fact it's really thefirst time that i am meeting most of you. so before i go into, you know,all my introduction i would like to spend some time to getto know you. ok, you don't mind? ok, can i just maybe start byasking a couple of questions? who has done some charity workin your life before?

can you raise up one hand? some kind of charity workbefore, that's right. ok, good. now if you have been given anopportunity would you like to do more volunteering work? can i have both hands. (chinese) look around youguys. look around, how global anorganization we are.

everyone of you, i don't seeany hands down. i don't see anybody telling methat they don't want to volunteer and make adifference in a kids life. ok, every one of you have sucha big heart to serve. in fact yesterday i was with acouple of you going to lighthouse is a special schoolfor the hearing impaired and visual impaired. so a lot of you under the hotsun, humidity, sweaty conditions, did so much workfor the school.

you know you roll up yoursleeves, you painted the place, you make it look reallynice and shiny. and on monday when the kids goback to school they are really gonna feel that differencethat you have made. and i want to honor a few ofyou, thank you. michelle, michelle was one ofthe volunteers and when she came on board with us,yesterday, she had an ear infection. she couldn't hear, 90% of herear was swollen.

but then i asked her, why areyou here? it's hot, why don't you restat home? so she just gave me that lookand that look told me everything, she's there toserve. even regardless of thecondition, the discomfort that she feels, it doesn't matterbecause whatever she did yesterday morning did a lot ofimpact and it helped the children. so michelle thank you.

so of course there are somany so many wonderful guys who did a lot more, so ratherthan me telling you, i'm going to show you the video, enjoy. video please. thanks everybody. hello. hi guys my name is angelo. i'm coming to you fromsingapore. this is 2 days before momentumthat's taking place this

so it's a hot humid day insingapore. we have 44 people who'veactually given that time up on a friday morning to come downand help, help out with the lighthouse school insingapore. and it's a school for impairedchildren, hearing and seeing sort of disabilities. and it's been fantastic,right. so i think more people as muchas it's a fun travel, doing the business i think it's alsovery very important to come

and spend your time with thesetype of people who want to give back. so as you can see it's hot,humid and hopefully by the next time this comes tosingapore we see, we hope we have a lot more of you herewith us. so to all of those whovolunteered thank you very much. hopefully for the guys thatwant to help us in the future, come and join us.

now i'd like to bring on stagemr. farri who has actually been there with us to sharehis experience. mr. farri. [cheers] hello singapore. [laughter] so farri tell me yesterdayyou really hated me right, when i blindfolded you andasked you to walk down that very steep flight of stairs.

what is your feeling? --my feeling was like, youknow, it's difficult because the thing is that we haveeyes. but the kids there do not haveeyes to see. and the experience that i,i've experienced is very different and makes me moreconscious. it gave me more intact to allthe kids out there. --so if given the chance whatwould you do? would you come back with usagain?

--of course. --so what is your advice tofirst time volunteers who wants to join us? --ok for those out there whowants to volunteer, do not put high expectation, alright? because she can be reallynasty. --rina just told me i'm such aslave driver. i worked him so hard. --alright because if you comein with an expectation, you

know, it just give with anopen arms you are giving back with your own heart feelings. so anyone out there if youwant to join us, open arms, let's make a living giving. --thank you, thank you mr.farri. so moving forward what ireally want to do for the asian market is to reach outto all our key priority markets and look for nationalcharity organizations that we can work hand in hand with.

so in australia for example weare working with pcyc. they are an organizationthat's set up to help the children who are at risk. so they have 220 centers allaround australia and any of our members can really go tothe center and say yes i want to help do something. so we're looking for such anorganization in singapore, malaysia, taiwan, hong kong aswell as australia. and again rena angelica hasbeen so wonderful to

volunteer. i'm going to bring more peopleto the lighthouse to help. so for those of you who are insingapore on 2nd of april please come and join her andmr. rena, sign up at the booth during the break. ok, so thank you very verymuch for your wonderful time. and as you create the momentumfor your business, personal life this weekend please alsocreate the momentum for volunteering.

thank you. so, um, sadly, um thisbeautiful woman can't be here today. sadly for us, for her it'sextraordinary because she is travelling, i think she's iniceland having an extraordinary experiencethere. but anne has become both agenerous donor and a remarkable partner for thefoundation. and as i have been travellingthe world we have been

recognizing a global volunteerof the year and that was a young lady out of greece. and then in africa, australiaand now here we have anne. so when she returns she willhave received this award which is called our joy award. and it recognizes anne for hergenerosity of time and treasure. so i'm sorry she's not here toreceive it but we're very happy.

so just give a round ofapplause because she will see the video. thank you anne, thank youanne. there, so we have a picturewith me, a little odd, but there we go, you know. so i want to tell you a storyand, um. and i'd like to kind of wrapit up with this. so when i first started in thenonprofit world, um, you know, i wasn't sure i could do thiswork of helping children

globally. and this was beforeworldventures invited me to help run the foundation. i was, you know, an englishword is daunted by the scale of need in the world. and i couldn't grasp how to,how to get involved and make a difference. and then i heard the starfishstory. so this is, some of you mayknow this story, but it really

helped, make sense to me whyevery life matters. so on the beach, it may be abeach anywhere, it could be a beach, you know, it could be abeach in australia, caribbean. all the star fish arestranded, thousands of them are stranded on the beach andthe waters gone out and the sun's beating down on them. and a little boy is walkingalong the beach and he is putting, it depends who'stelling the story, chucking, throwing, putting, but he'sputting starfish by starfish

in the water. and an adult with preconceivednotions came along and said "why bother, it doesn'tmatter. you could never serve allthese starfish there's just too many." and the little boy looked upat the big adult and said as he threw another one into thewater "it mattered to that one." and i really want, i hope youcan hear the power in this

story, it mattered to thatone. because all that reallymatters in the work we do is the child who's life ischanged in ways we may never know. but because we took the timeand we took the energy to put into their life a change, asimple change of environment or sharing or funds that lifecould be the difference made for their choices in thefuture. and you have the power throughthis amazing organization

called worldventures to be apowerful change in the world. i mean we have thisopportunity that is very rarely given to a group because ofour size and scale. and i invite you to join us inwhichever way you can and help us make a difference in thelives of children. so thank you for listening. thank you for allowing us toshare the stage with you and i will see you on a voluntour. thank you so much thank youthank you.

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