Like many of us, Brittney Woodrum had a lot of plans for 2020. The University of Denver graduate student was going to travel the world and continue her work for the various NGO's she'd been working for before graduate school. When the pandemic hit, the Kentucky native began to look for an organization she could partner with to make the most out of her newly flexible schedule. She quickly found and committed to ShelterBox -- a mostly volunteer-run organization that provides emergency shelter and tools for displaced families around the world -- recognized internationally by the turquoise box which physically holds the relief products.
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