Published on Oct 18, 2012
Have you ever dreamed of quitting your job and living your dream? Join Savannah Jane Buffett (Jimmy's daughter) as she visits Panama to meet Neil Christiansen, a surfer who left a successful career in San Diego to pursue his true passion, creating a school in the jungle-like region of Bogas Del Toro to educate local indigenous children. Neil started his non-profit organization, Give and Surf, to empower the community of Bahia Honda through educational and community development. Without any prior experience in teaching or knowledge of Spanish, Neil came to Panama and learned on the fly, motivated by his love for children and his desire to help them learn.
For more information visit: http://giveandsurf.org/
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