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THE THIRD WAVE is a road map for volunteering. In a world of increasing natural and man-made disasters, volunteers are needed… no experience required.
A resident of Colorado's western slope outside Telluride, Bruce French works professionally as a personal chef to popular rock bands such as Pearl Jam on world tours. When not on the road, the avid outdoorsman enjoys climbing, mountaineering and Kayaking near his yurt home in the San Juan Mountains.
While sailing around the world in the mid '90s, he made a stopover in Sri Lanka. Exploring the island on an old motorcycle, he was moved by the island's rich culture and raw natural beauty, but mostly by the kindness and hospitality of the locals. It was that kind hospitality that fueled his return to volunteer after the tsunami tragedy. In 2005 He received a Humanitarian Award by the Sri Lanka Government for his services to the victims of the Tsunami Disaster.
A native of Bowral, NSW Australia, Donald Thomas Paterson joined the Australian Army Reserve at age 17 and then six months later, the Australian Army. He became involved in Junior Rugby League while in midst of his military career at a posting in Brisbane and has been there ever since. He found his niche in Sports Medicine and currently works as an in-demand trainer for Newcastle area football teams and teaches popular first aid courses for the community at large.
He is married to Tracey and has a son Cory, who plays first grade rugby league for the Newcastle Knights; and two daughters Karah and Krystal. In 2005 He received a Humanitarian Award by the Sri Lanka Government for his services to the victims of the Tsunami Disaster.
It is hard to expllain all the feelings that you have while reading this true story ...you got to love true..
Truly one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and the book which covers before and after Sri Lanka is an amazing read as well.
Thompson herself apparently never treated one single patient, in spite of her claims of being a professional nurse.
incredibly inspiring. i have no words for how amazing these people are.Published 6 months ago by Liz Littos
Alison Thompson's story is one gigantic lie.
Alison Thompson walked into Paraliya in early 2005, amply cleavaged and with a camera team in tow, where she found a makeshift... Read more