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Volunteer Expeditions • 2 years ago

Volunteer Expeditions, a volunteer travel-planning nonprofit, was founded due to the effects of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. Read about our thoughts on Hurricane Isaac on this anniversary and what you can do to help.

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