Disaster Relief - Volcano - Hawaii

$1,690 of $1,600 goal

Raised by 10 people in 16 months
Hello, I am Bryan Emig.  I am 18 years old, graduated from Lewis Palmer High School early, and now work for Phil Long Ford, in Colorado Springs CO.

I am participating in the Disaster relief program in Hawaii. I will be over there working with GHNI to provide a wide range of disaster relief efforts involving the Kilauea volcano. 

This will be my first experience involving disaster relief and I am thrilled to be a part of this team.  I love adventure and seek to help people in various ways.  I am hoping this trip will give me a better understanding of what disaster relief is about and open more doors toward my future. 

I need to very rapidly raise $1600 for this trip, as this will pay for my whole time there(including airfare) and assisting the people affected by this natural disaster.  It also includes DR initial training.  We leave June 20th and therefore need to raise these funds immediately.  

Thank You ! 
Bryan
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Kīlauea Volcano ...

Bryan shows up ... !
Several times in our Kīlauea Volcano DR-Disaster Response training and serving in Hawaii, it was said, "just show up" or "Show up". Bryan showed up. We, the DR team of 10 showed up ... and guess what, good happens.

Bryan (and team) did an excellent job of serving, as we worked alongside the Army Corp of Engineers, building tiny-homes and landscaping for displaced residents. A local church asked us to serve at their fun-day for children and parents, getting them away from routines of living in tents and temporary shelters. For almost 5 hours straight, Bryan cooked and served hotdogs, brats and sides to hundreds of attendees. All of us shared in the load of setting-up and serving at this event. He and the team shined on each of these and other occasions, serving faithfully and wholeheartedly! It was great being and working with him, them !

Bryan's full funding came in so quickly, in less than 3 weeks.
A huge "THANK YOU" to you who gave via this GFM site !!!
Thank you for allowing us to "be" and serve in this and so many other endeavors!
You rock !!!
Bryan and Dad/Dan
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Hello, I am Bryan Emig.  I am 18 years old, graduated from Lewis Palmer High School early, and now work for Phil Long Ford, in Colorado Springs CO.

I am participating in the Disaster relief program in Hawaii. I will be over there working with GHNI to provide a wide range of disaster relief efforts involving the Kilauea volcano. 

This will be my first experience involving disaster relief and I am thrilled to be a part of this team.  I love adventure and seek to help people in various different ways.  I am hoping this trip will give me a better understanding of what disaster relief is all about and open more doors toward my future. 

I need to very rapidly raise $1600 for this trip, as this will pay for my whole time there(including airfare) and assisting the people affected by this natural disaster.  It also includes DR initial training.  We leave June 20th and therefore need to raise these funds immediately.  

Thank You 
Bryan
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$1,690 of $1,600 goal

Raised by 10 people in 16 months
Created March 26, 2017
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