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Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

Fuzzy and Suzy Manning

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Fay Jones is an internationally known author, acupuncturist, and the CEO/Founder of the Global Teens Project along with her teenage daughter, Sydney! Working for almost 30 years in the health and wellness field, she has discovered that one of the key ingredients in health and healing is PASSION! When you have something special that inspires you to get out of bed in the morning, then true wellness in body, mind and spirit follows.

Our mission is to have fun traveling the world as we engage with teens & their families in each country. We strive to learn and share what it’s really like to be a teenager in the world today. Our goal is to create opportunities for teenagers all over the world to spend time together both physically and virtually; expanding their perspectives as they are exposed to different languages, history, and cultures; and, through diversity education, nurturing the 21st century skills of communication, collaboration and problem-solving with the kids who will soon inherit our world.

Her wish for Sydney and the children of the world is that they become critical thinkers and life-long learners. She truly believes these skills raise awareness and encourage them to work toward greater peace and healing, as well as toward solutions to the current problems of the world.

Our goal is to expose these kids to each other to different attitudes and ways of living, to different goals and priorities while encouraging a respect for their differences. In addition, we believe deeply that our future depends on their realizing and learning to appreciate & connect with all we have in common. Make a donation to our organization at http://igg.me/at/globalteensproject

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