I started working with Amala in 2012 and fell in love with this community. They have the heart it takes to make change and they are actively sharing it with the world.
When I volunteered at The Global Youth Peace Summit in 2012 I noticed there was something really powerful at work in this organization- something greater than the sum of our parts. The summit hosts youth from around the world for one week as they share stories, songs and truth with each other. In this space healing happens, unity is recognized and compassion is put to work.
Branding Amala has been a priority of mine since it became a part of my heart. I know that if they look as legit as the actually are- they’ll have more support than they can dream of.