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Making a Difference with Behind Every Door

Posted on September 9th, 2016

On August 18th, Triumph team members volunteered their time at the back to school kickoff for Behind Every Door, or BED for short. Triumph provided 130 school supply kits, including pens, pencils, notebooks, folders and more for the students of the Village Oaks Apartments in south Dallas. Triumph wasn’t the… Continue reading »

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Starting From a Single Seed – El Salvador Recap

Posted on May 2nd, 2016

In four short days, the Triumph team drilled and established a water well in addition to teaching over 150 students about the importance of hygiene. To one Salvadorian school, the gift of a clean water source reshaped their community and eliminated the dependency on unclean pesticide-ridden water they had learned… Continue reading »

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The Beauty in the Blossom: Day Four in El Salvador

Posted on April 22nd, 2016

Today was the final day in Santiago Nonualco for Triumph. In the last three days, the Triumph team dug 51 meters into the ground, built a well, taught important personal hygiene lessons to the children, bonded with the villagers, and gave the community something they didn’t have before, clean water…. Continue reading »

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Tenacity is Patience: Day Three in El Salvador

Posted on April 21st, 2016

Some change may come overnight, but others take time. Yesterday, the Triumph team successfully reached water at 51 meters, giving the village of Santiago Nonualco their first taste of clean water. Yet, there was still much more to do. Yesterday, the team knew they had to finish building the well… Continue reading »

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Caring with Love: Day Two in El Salvador

Posted on April 20th, 2016

At 6 A.M., with the sun peering over the horizon, many team members may consider this time as their first snooze back in the states. Instead, they were all wide awake and eager to continue the work started from the previous day. Each member knew it was going to be… Continue reading »

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