Project Ubuntu – A year of volunteering

Daniel’s grad school, the London School of Economics, featured Daniel and Project Ubuntu on their Careers blog.     PHOTO: Daniel has returned to work in the UK with a passion to continue pursuing

The Project Ubuntu Film is here!

Watch the official Project Ubuntu video for a glimpse into Daniel’s journey to every state in the US To learn more about the details of his adventure, review the trip summary You

UNC Alumni Magazine feature:

As an alumnus of the University of North Carolina, Daniel Becton is featured in the November/December issue of the Alumni Magazine for Project Ubuntu. Read Full Story here In the five years

Human Hangout: Project Ubuntu

Watch Daniel’s interview on Karan Lodha’s web show “Human Hangout.”

I Am Because You Are

Thanks to a powerful network of good will, Project Ubuntu took me to 51 communities for one week over the past year, spanning every state and Washington, D.C. Along the way I

 

Videos: Healthy Rivers Partnership

Project Ubuntu, personal interviews with Daniel Becton Healthy Rivers Partnership River Heroes Video Index Stuart Caswell Larry O’Donnell Scott Mansker Dan Sturdevant Steven Schnarr Abby Caswell Vickie Richmond

Video: Foundation to Assist Young Musicians

  Check out this video Daniel made to celebrate Project Ubuntu’s partner in Las Vegas, and visit www.thefaym.org for more on the Foundation to Assist Young Musicians

KTOO-FM: Juneau Afternoon 5/2/13

Thursday at 3 on KTOO-FM on A Juneau Afternoon, Shona Strauser hosts, and speaks with Daniel Becton and Lorrie Heagy about Project Ubuntu;   Listen to Daniel’s part here: KTOO radio interview part

Project Ubuntu visits Juneau

Juneau Empire Posted: May 2, 2013 – 12:04am READ FULL STORY HERE Project Ubuntu, a national, year-long service project, will be in Alaska to support Juneau Alaska Music Matters (JAMM) April 29-May

KISU-FM Conversation with Daniel Becton of Project Ubuntu

PLAY HERE This interview featuring Daniel Becton was conducted by Jamon Anderson at KISU-FM in Pocatello, ID on April 8, 2013. Information about Project Ubuntu- The mission of Project Ubuntu is to

Project Ubuntu Highlights Mayor’s Day of Recognition

Published: 4/09 4:37 pm WATCH VIDEO Whether it’s supporting food banks and homeless shelters, restoring city parks, building homes, providing health services, or tutoring and mentoring students, volunteer service members help mayors

In the Spotlight – Felicia Follum

  While in Laramie for Week 32 I met Felicia Follum, a talented artist who created #TheLilyPadProject to raise awareness about human trafficking and sex slavery. Each of the 1,500 water lilies and

Mayor’s Day of Recognition for National Service at ISU April 9; yearlong Project Ubuntu reaches Pocatello April 8-12

READ STORY HERE at Idaho State University Posted April 4, 2013 Project Ubuntu, a national, yearlong service project, will be in Idaho to support Community HealthCorps April 8-12, and join Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad at

Project Ubuntu Visits CFB

From Food for Thought, March 2013 Staff newsletter for Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona Daniel Becton is the creator of Project Ubuntu, a year-long trip celebrating one organization in every state. The

Guest Blog – Never Forget The Human Aspect

Megan and Daniel served together at City Year San Jose —————————— Never Forget The Human Aspect by Megan Baker Daniel asked me to write a post about my biggest takeaway from my