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Lacy Hubbard: Incredible charity tourism adventure with John Michael’s “Coat Project”
Jul 6, 2024, 04:04

Lacy Hubbard: Incredible charity tourism adventure with John Michael’s “Coat Project”

Lacy Hubbard shared on LinkedIn:

“I recently returned from an amazing holiday in Peru, thanks to my dear friend John Michael B., who organized an incredible charity tourism adventure with his ‘Coat Project’!

Not only did I check off my bucket list by visiting Machu Picchu, the world wonder, but we also delivered 636 warm coats to children in four different communities who desperately needed them in the cold mountain regions. Seeing the pure joy on these kids’ faces and feeling their warm hugs touched my heart deeply. It reminded me how much impact we can make on these lovely children when we show them that someone truly cares.

The trip was a unique vacation experience that combined purpose, connection, and adventure, leaving me with memories and emotions that will last a lifetime.

If you’re ever looking for a mind-blowing vacation in Peru, I highly recommend joining The Coat Project! Not only will you witness the breathtaking beauty of the country, but you’ll also have the opportunity to make a real, meaningful difference in the lives of others.

Kudos to John for bringing us together for this amazing experience! Let’s continue to inspire and support each other in making a positive difference in our world!”

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Source: Lacy Hubbard/LinkedIn

Lacy Hubbard is the President of Elekta Foundation, a non-profit organization committed to improving access to cancer care in low-income countries. Lacy has 23 years of very diverse global radiation industry experience in running operations, developing service products, and leading transformational programs.

As former Vice President of Global Education and Training, Lacy has instituted the changes in Elekta learning strategies, content development and digital learning.

She also has been a strong supporter of building radiotherapy competences in LMICs in both business and charities including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to raise funds to donate radiation equipment to low- and middle-income markets in Africa.