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Volunteers in Keystone Moldova's Alternative Theater Troupe are Changing Society

SOURCE: Keystone Human Services


April 12-18 is National Volunteer Week in the United States. Volunteers in Keystone Human Services International Moldova Association, founded by the U.S.-based Keystone Human Services International, are dedicated to changing society's perceptions about people with disabilities. For the past three years, the volunteers in Keystone Moldova's Alternative Theater Troupe have staged 80 performances in 18 districts in the Republic of Moldova. Each performance engages the audience to recognize discrimination against people with disabilities and devise solutions to end it. 

Rodica, a volunteer and expert with the troupe, says, "By being a volunteer, I have developed a lot of abilities; I have discovered the talent in myself. I think that volunteering means a change of personality and a change of the entire society."

Watch the complete video about the volunteers in the Alternative Theater Troupe

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Contact Info:

Ann Moffitt
Keystone Human Services
+1 (717) 232-7509ext. 133

KEYWORDS: Volunteerism & Community Engagement, Diversity and Human Resources, Republic of Moldova, inclusion, Alternative Theater Troupe, Keystone Moldova, Keystone Human Services International

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