Youth leads the charge
As you all know, on a cold, wet, and windy evening in July 1943, Andrew Kinnear and Dr Golda Selzer made their way to Kensington with a group of dedicated medical students to run the first ever SHAWCO clinic. Andrew was quoted as saying, “In driving gales and pouring rain, this small band of students were incredible, and their keen sense of duty was truly remarkable.”More often than not, it is youth that leads the charge for change. Our SHAWCO students are out in the communities making a tangible difference in the health and education space, but meaningful change requires allies past and present.
We cannot do it alone. SHAWCO needs your help – the help of the generations that came before, our SHAWCO alumni. From you, our extended family.
Margaret Mead said, “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world. Indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.”
Many things have changed since 1943, but the devoted sense of duty has not. So join us by using your 67 minutes to support SHAWCO in our GoFundMe campaign. Join us as we continue to touch and change lives for another 80 years!