Examining Power, Privilege, and our Role in International Development by Nathan Albright

Sometimes to think critically, you need to listen to your biggest critics. It would be hard to find someone who was more critical of international volunteer projects than Ivan Illich. As we begin looking into potential project partners for next … Continued

Family Launches Blackstock Music Festival to Benefit Communities in Poverty and Showcase Carolina Bands, Arts and Culture

By Emily Fields, Development Coordinator, Nourish International   Blackstock Music Festival May 30-31st, 2014 in Blackstock, SC 40 Bands- 4 stages- Great Cause When owner of Blackstock Productions, Joshua Leonhardt, asked his sister and Nourish International Executive Director, Kelly Phoenix, about … Continued

Nourish Named Co-Host of the Millennium Campus Conference 2014

This year Nourish International has been selected as a Co-Host for the Millennium Campus Conference.  The MCC is an invite-only conference for student organizations that address global development.  The conference is centered around the UN Millennium Development Goals and how … Continued

Recent Attack in Kenya poses the question to the Nourish Network: Is terrorism is a form of poverty?

Acts of terrorism continue to wreak havoc around the world and the recent international terrorist attack at the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya hits close to home for Nourish International as we mourn for our partners and communities abroad that … Continued