Belmont University – Apr 9, 2012
Thoughts from a great RBP day at Belmont...
Helping with the Red Bus Project today has been a great experience. As I have seen, there are a lot of college students that really care about orphans. However, I think that many of them don't really think they can help at the present time. I think the Red Bus Project and Show Hope are really effective ways to get the word out to all of us and give us an opportunity to help.
I, myself, really care about orphans because my younger brother and sister used to be orphans themselves, adopted from Ethiopia. I cannot imagine my life without my siblings as a part of my family. They are both such blessings in my life and all others they encounter. As far as I'm concerned, any organization that helps orphans and helps families adopt is a great one. The environment the staff has provided today has made me and many others very aware of what they are doing. It was definitely a great experience and I would encourage others to take part in it.
Rochelle Feldkamp, Sophomore