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What people say?
Frankly, I had not, nor would I have ever thought it would be possible for me to go there as an American. But I learned, through Sucheta Rawal, founder of Go Eat Give, not only that it was possible, but also that her organization had arranged an eight-day itinerary to visit Cuba on an educational/volunteer
Traveling to Cuba with Go Eat Give lets you feel the real heartbeat of the country… from the early morning cries of the open-air market vendors to the pulsing rhythm of late night samba music. This is a hands on way to better understand what the Cuban people think and feel about their ever evolving
I absolutely love Indian food but have always been too intimidated to really try it out at home. Sucheta’s class ‘Hip and Healthy Indian Cooking’ made it light, easy, and yummy. The grilled paneer sandwich and chicken tikka pizza will easily integrate into my collection of go to recipes. I left the class having eaten
Mariam Jeroudi Student at Cooking Class
My trip to Cuba was an educational adventure in exploring the old and the new emerging Cuba. One of the things I liked the most about the trip was sharing dinner and getting to speak with Cuban people who are on the leading edge of change for their country.
Traveling to Bali with Go Eat Give was an experience of a lifetime. The people, places and experiences I encountered were unlike any travel experience I’ve had before. The activities were well-rounded and allowed you to gain true insight of local life in Bali.
You have truely inspired me to go to Peru through Cross Cultural Solutions. I am looking forward to my trip, volunteering and making new friends.
Darshan Kaur Traveller/Volunteer
I found the Marketing and Communications Internship on idealist, and I’m so thankful I got the opportunity to work for the organization these past few months. I’ve learned an abundance of skills from my internship, both in the realm of marketing and beyond. But what I love most is that I’ve gotten to do all
I was fortunate to discover Go Eat Give over a year ago and have been progressively involved with the organization since. Connecting people through volunteer vacations, authentic cuisine, and meaningful cultural experiences, Go Eat Give carves out a unique space in the international, human rights, and cultural services arena. No other nonprofit in the area
The trip to Cuba was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. I learned so much about the country in such a short amount of time. I loved that we volunteered at various locales. The itinerary with visits to several places mixed with local history, architecture and culture was perfect. I hope many more people will take advantage of
I had the opportunity to travel to a land that few Americans are allowed to visit as part of a trip organized by the Atlanta non-profit Go Eat Give. Go Eat Give is an organization dedicated to cultural awareness through a unique amalgam of travel, food and volunteerism. Go Eat Give was able to deliver
I was fortunate enough to work with Go Eat Give as the Marketing and Communications Intern last summer. Through my work I gained professional experience, and I was introduced to many interesting people at Go Eat Give’s destination dinner events. My experiences also successfully encouraged me to try new foods which is no easy feat!
I hope that you found your family in good health , thank you for your help with us in english classes,you are a very good teacher. Thank you for the photographs , when my family see them they told me wow she is very beautiful , she looks like bollywoods actrice
Houda Ouguellit Student in Morocco
I’ve had the privilege of traveling to many places in my life, but going to India on this trip was one of the most incredible and enriching experiences. The culture is so diverse, the food – so rich, the temples – breathtaking. And being an outsider, there is only so much that I could absorb
I had the most wonderful volunteer experience in Bali through GoEatGive. Not only were we able to help educate children in the poorest of villages, but also got to experience true Balinese culture. We had the most wonderful food, accommodations, and experiences that will stay with me forever. In addition, lifelong friendships were made. Bali
I’ve been involved with Go Eat Give for about a year and a half now and it’s been a fun and fantastic way to learn more about other cultures, to try new cuisines, and to meet other people that are curious about the rest of the world. Go Eat Give is, as far as I
David Wright Board Member
I have always been interested in visiting different countries, learning about new culture/ people/ society. Hearing Sucheta’s experience of doing volunteering work in different countries made me realize that I can combine my passion for travel as well as utilize the time to give back. Sucheta made me realize spending time with the local people,
Mousumi Chinara Traveller/Volunteer
I learned about Go Eat Give on LinkedIn and was immediately intrigued by their model for creating cross-cultural connections both locally and around the world. Since I joined the board I have had an amazing time trying interesting foods, learning about different cultures and countries, and meeting other people who also care about these things.
There is saying way to mans heart goes through his stomach. And I believe way to the other culture involves stomach as well:)) But Go Eat Give is not just about food, it’s about culture, understanding other communities, meeting new friends, helping others and making Earth a better place! And Sucheta Rawal, founder of the
I had the pleasure of travelling with Go Eat Give on a volunteer trip to Cuba in 2013. I have long been a supporter of the organization’s mission to deepen cross-cultural experiences through food and volunteerism, and the trip delivered on all counts. I especially liked that there was plenty of flexibility in the itinerary
The impact of Go Eat Give in the Atlanta community and beyond is hard to describe. Through programming within Atlanta and volunteer trips around the world, this organization brings people together and encourages anyone involved in its programming to reach beyond their comfort zone to make a new friend, learn about a new culture, and
I was fortunate to travel with Go Eat Give to Cuba in 2013. What an amazing experience. The entire trip was vey well planned and the volunteer opportunities fulfilling and very worthwhile. I had visited Cuba many years before, but Go Eat Give showed me parts of the country that I was never able to
The Go Eat Give trip to Northern India was an incredible experience. Sucheta took the time to show us areas where most tourists don’t go, and spent time with each member of the tour making the experience a very personal one. The group size, and her experience made this a trip not to be missed.
There are many advantages from joining the Go Eat Give organization. The two that I find most important are cultural awareness and developement of new friendships. The world has become smaller with technology,and with Go Eat Give it becomes even smaller. I am able to establish relationships with people from all over the world without
Traveling to Cuba has been on my list for over 10 years. I’m so glad I took the opportunity to travel with Go Eat Give this year, what a wonderful way to experience the country! Visiting Cuba was like getting to go back in time. The architecture, culture, landscapes, and rich traditions fill your senses
Donna Lindsey Toepfer
The sights, sounds, smells and people of India are vivid memories of mine. The most important of these are the generous people who hosted us for dinner in their homes. We were not strangers to them, and we were welcomed with flowers, gifts, henna, astrology, in addition to a wonderful home cooked dinner. Thank you,
They say you get what you want, I came to know about Go Eat Give through linkedin, more than the opportunity of volunteering it was the cause, the idea of connecting, people, places and palates just hit the right chord for me. It’s been five months since I have been associated with Go eat Give
Divya Abhay Volunteer
I love going to all the different events and experiencing the unique and authentic food. Moreover, hearing the stories of people from the various countries that are represented is a very rewarding opportunity. This is a perfect organization for those who want to learn more about multicultural ways of life.
Gaurav B Volunteer