Virtually Connecting Through Challenging Times

Through challenging times, we want to stay virtually connected with you! Read this for a list of activities we can do to stay connected.

Empowering Women Through Community Banks

Read this to learn about how the success of the stability of Community Banks is largely due to the amazing female members!

GB Volunteer Takeover: Get Featured On Our Social Media!

Learn more about the opportunity to create content during your upcoming brigade to get featured on our social media page after!

5 Reasons to Celebrate International Human Rights Day

Learn more about International Human Rights Day and why it’s worth celebrating!

Giving Tuesday is for Giving Toilets

Learn about how you can support Ekumpoano, Ghana with our Giving Tuesday Movement!

The Power of Community Banks and Access to Loans

This is the importance of Community Banks. Lack of access to affordable loans or savings accounts is often the case in many rural communities across Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, and Ghana.

Water Works in Honduras: Completed, Pending and Planned Water Systems

Written by Sarah Diver, Former Global Brigades Program Associate The first six months of 2019 for the Water Team in Honduras were very busy! Turning on the taps for one new water system is exciting, but how about three? Check out this exciting update on those water systems and mo…

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GB Video Competition: Want to Win a Brigade Scholarship?

We want your help to source new, engaging, and exciting videos to encourage more people to get involved in the Global Brigades movement!

Volviendo a Veraguas: Celebrating 10 Years of Medical Brigades in Panama

El Peñón is a testament to how positive change can happen when organizations and individuals invest in a community’s sustainable development. Check out the history and accomplishments with Medical Brigades and the community of El Peñón in Panama.

Legal Empowerment: A Wedding to Remember in El Espinito, Honduras

On May 17, 2019, students from the University of Southern California’s Legal Empowerment group of volunteers attended a wedding in El Espinito in the department of El Paraíso, Honduras.

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