Jordan Dosch is a student at Brigham Young University Hawaii who’s now helping PeacePlayers International in two very different ways. Majoring in Conflict Management and English, Jordan has just arrived in Israel for a term abroad, where he’ll spend time volunteering with PPI. Jordan’s goal is to one day work in conflict management himself, and he views this experience as a major stepping stone to that life. He calls it “truly a once in a lifetime experience,” and has embraced it with whole-hearted enthusiasm.
But Jordan’s not only giving his time on the ground in the Middle East. He’s also taken it upon himself to raise funds for PPI’s work in Israel and the West Bank, with the hope of helping to support the very programs with which he’s volunteering. PPI is extremely grateful for Jordan’s commitment to our cause, and wishes him the best of luck on reaching his goal of $6,000!
Check out Jordan’s Firstgiving page – a one-stop hub for all information you’ll need regarding his initiative – here!