International Ambassadors Campaign!

The 10 international ambassadors started raising funds for the Holidays!

This year, we decided to add an international twist to our Holidays campaign, by launching in conjunction an international Ambassadors Campaign! 
Coming from Canada, the US, Norway, France, Belgium and Australia, our young and dedicated ambassadors have committed to raise funds in the name of Latet in their communities. 
They each got their donations page, that they can share through various media to their families, friends and communites. We are so excited to see what's to come!

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