“When I happened upon ServLife’s website, I realized their mission and vision aligned with the passion God has given me to serve the developing world,” says twenty-three year old Ali Campbell, ServLife’s summer intern. Currently a Master’s of Arts in Philanthropic Studies candidate at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI), the Indianapolis native plans to use her education and experience to help end global inequity. She first became interested in and then committed to the world’s developing regions as she better understood the economic, social and political plights so many countries face.
She decided to do something about the injustices, the suffering.
“God tells us to feed the hungry, clothe the naked and be a voice for the poor,” remarks Ali. “ServLife is doing this and I’m grateful to be joining in God’s work in the world through their efforts. Ali is working on many projects in the ServLife office.
(Source: ServLife News: July 2007)