Meeting the Masai and the Wildlife in Tanzania

Farther Foundation student scholars have traveled near, far and farther, challenging themselves to experience new people, places, ideas, languages and cultures. Program destinations have included top colleges and universities, rugged western wilderness areas and more than twenty countries including China, Thailand, Panama, Argentina, Spain, Ghana, Israel and Jordan.DSCN1164 DSCN1254 photo (3) alicia-tanzania

Of all our program destinations, none are any more foreign or challenging than Tanzania. Our scholarship recipient, Alicia, chose Tanzania precisely so she could immerse herself in something entirely new and challenging. In her application to us, Alicia said that she has not always been outgoing, but meeting new people and experiencing new experiences has more and more become a driving force in her life. She was also eager to participate in a program where she could provide community service. Alicia was referred to us by our great partner, HighSight, and her Tanzania program was led by Putney Student Travel.

Farther Foundation and the students we serve depend on the tax deductible donations from people like you to make these life changing experiences possible. Visit our website to make a donation online.

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Farther Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization providing scholarships to low-income students to inspire them to reach their highest aspirations through educational travel experiences.

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