Go Erin Go Newsletter

Hi Adventure Philanthropists,

Earlier this week I said goodbye to temperate Trinidad &Tobago to return to chilly NYC. Luckily I’m seeing all my friends and basking in their warmth this week. So thrilled to be able to meet up with so many of my amazing amigas and amgios!

Adventure Philanthropist: Great Adventures Volunteering Abroad > Like your friends too? Buy ‘em a copy of my book! Available in print and eBook versions via: Lulu.com & Amazon.

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And now for the articles this week:

New > 2014 GoErinGo! Fund Giving

Below is an accounting of my 2014 charitable giving. One lesson I learned this past year is that how we choose to give is truly as important as how much we give. Here’s why…

uganda-students 2014 giving

Favorite > The Strength Within

The first year of my trip in 2011, I volunteered at El HaLev in Jerusalem. I recently came across a story they wrote of my visit and thought I’d share it with y’all. The article starts, “Here at El HaLev, we had the privilege of hosting the Adventure Philanthropist Erin Michelson... During her visit, we discussed philanthropy, self-defense and fashion.”

yudit-erin FP

Photo of the Week > Palace Square, St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg’s famous Palace Square started taking shape in mid-18th century, with the building of the Tsar’s Winter Palace anchoring the public space. Another famous foothold is the State Hermitage, Russia’s museum of art and culture. Commissioned by Catherine the Great it is one of the largest and oldest museums in the world.


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