“Awaken the primordial beauty of solidarity in the humans”, this is the mission of Take Me Back, the ONLUS that combines travel with solidarity through a worldwide network of solidarity couriers
with the task of making charity deliveries mostly in schools and childcare facilities in areas far from mass tourism.
A simple and innovative way of doing ‘charity’, in a complete transparency. In fact, each mission is documented through a video, so that donors can see and follow all the phases of the mission, from the purchase of the material on site until delivery into the hands of children.
Interzen Consulting, who have always operated in the belief that technology and innovation can and must serve to promote the happiness and well-being of others,
we could not fail to be impressed and deeply involved by the enthusiasm and from the tenacity of these guys who, defying all adversities, teach us how to transform travel into something extraordinary, which goes far beyond the discovery of distant places, and becomes a unique opportunity for inner enrichment through gift and solidarity.
An elective affinity between Take Me Back and Interzen Consulting, born in 2019 which resulted in a constant commitment to support their missions in remote and often forgotten places in the world.
For this reason, the solidarity deliveries of Take Me Back do not stop, even in the face of the obstacles imposed by the pandemic, in 2020 a group of solidarity couriers set out to discover Sri Lanka delivering school materials to over 700 children and in this January 2021, Ryan Kevin – together with his family – managed to deliver school supplies, food and hygiene products to the 31 children of the GURUJEE CHILDRENS HOME Orphanage in WELAWAYA-Sri Lanka.
We have decided to share this exciting moment in the hope that it will trigger an unstoppable chain reaction of solidarity also in our readers.