Manna Project International is a non-profit organization founded on the principle of "communities serving communities." This three-word slogan itself is a picture of what MPI stands for, two communities joined by service. Day to day, it means a host of situations: college groups traveling and volunteering together, our MPI site teams working with locals, or our organization partnering with existing programs and missions. Service connecting those communities might be meeting health and educational needs, developing durable friendships, raising awareness and challenging the status quo, or developing leadership within those communities.
MPI-UGA has great opportunities for people interested in helping the global community. We will be acting as a resource to underprivileged international communities by taking trips to MPI's international sites in Ecuador , Guatemala , and Nicaragua for Spring Break. The best thing about our chapter is our willingness to explore new ideas; our possibilities are only limited by what we can come up with! This is a chance to be a part of something starting from the ground up!
Make sure to spread the word about Manna at UGA and invite all of your friends to join this organization!