What people are saying

“We caught up with three former Hamline students to discuss: favorite professor, favorite spot on campus, and their work with Future Roots Project, an organization they formed to address educational and health concerns in Nicaragua.

Jaime Belden ’08, Timothy Daly ’08, and Elizabeth Dahl went from Drew Hall, Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota to some of the poorest communities in Nicaragua. It’s not the most common path, but it’s a path that was inspired by personal relationships with fellow students and professors at Hamline University.”

For the full article visit: http://bit.ly/frp-hamline

“Two Robbinsdale residents plant roots of opportunity in impoverished Nicaraguan schools”

Sun Post: Full Article

“I appreciate your humanitarian work and concerns for others. You two are following your passions and that is a ‘life driven purpose’, not a purpose driven life, which is quite different and great in my mind.”

“You gals are doing such great things–I’m happy and proud to know you.”

“Thank you for all your hard work. It’s nice to see you trying to make the world a better place.”

“You both are doing such a great job. Keep up the good work. We’re proud of you!”

“You two keep doing what you’re doing. You are taking a proactive role in making a difference. You are showing the ability to “walk the walk and talk the talk.” The rest of us like to ‘think’ we are. By supporting your efforts is as close as many of us will get, and that’s OK too.”

“I am so proud of your beautiful, generous spirits. You are amazing young women. Love and peace.”

“¡¡¡Mucha suerte chicas!!!”

Future Roots Article in the Sun Post

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