Silver and Gold Magazine Spring 2015 - Page 29

Active. Attractive. Affordable. Everything you need in a retirement community! Care & Community in Jamaica For volunteers who want to experience something different and meaningful, but who prefer to stay close to home, Care & Community in Jamaica is the ideal project. In Jamaica, you will work alongside a group of like-minded people your age, helping to improve quality of life for disadvantaged children. At the placements, volunteers spend their mornings with the children, assisting with their care and contributing to their educational development. In the afternoons, you will get involved with renovation activities, such as painting a mural or putting in a new floor. In addition, you will also do outreach work out in the community. Care & Community in South Africa South Africa, a country twice the size of Texas, has developed rapidly since their first democratic election in 1994. However, there is still a great deal of work that needs to be done in underprivileged communities. As a volunteer, you can use your time and energy to help effect meaningful change in the lives of children and in their communities. Based in Cape Town, Grown-up Special volunteers divide their time between teaching young school children and doing renovation work. Your efforts will have a huge impact here and the life skills you will be able to share with the children will prove to be invaluable. Retire in Miramichi N E W B R U N S W I C K Retirement Miramichi offers a wide variety of rental homes with a size and style to suit your budget and lifestyle. With rents as low as $543/month, you’ll have more time and money in your pocket to do the things you want to do. Make the Right Move. Call toll free: 1-888-844-2001 Check us out The War Amps For more information about Grown-up Specials, please visit our website at About Projects Abroad Projects Abroad was founded in 1992 by Dr. Peter Slowe, a geography professor, as a program for students to travel and work while on break from full-time study. The program had its genesis in post-USSR Romania, where students were given the chance