Helping always gives a sense or feeling of fulfilment, it's rewarding in a personal way. Knowing how much a client's life can change after they seek our assistance is extra motivation, knowing that we can help families be reunited, sometimes after years of being apart, all this makes it worth it. Sometimes people have been through so much and are desperate for assistance and just talking to them brings them some relief and you end up making friends along the way.

I have a personal experience with immigration since my father had to migrate seeking better opportunities in life, I wasn't able to see him after a couple of years but I didn't have to endure any situation like many of the families we help, but I can only imagine how it is to be separated and not be able to reunite with your family members for a long time.

My motivation comes from knowing what it's like to be apart from your family, knowing that some people are just seeking a better way of life and that our assistance can change their lives for good. It makes you believe in what you do.