How many sausage sizzles to get to Bhutan?

In February 2014 Delia Beattie was diagnosed with cervical cancer. After going through treatment, including surgery, Delia and her friend Jenny decided to step out of their comfort zone and give back to a cause so close to their hearts.

Trekking the Land of Happiness

“Bhutan is the flea between two elephants: India and China,” says our local tour guide to help us find our bearings – a helpful hint after landing in Paro, the world’s most challenging airport surrounded by peaks as high as

Old and New Pals in Nepal

I can clearly remember the lump that formed in my throat when I heard about the earthquakes that hit Nepal earlier this year. My chest grew heavy as I thought of all the beautiful people I had gotten to know

Share your story & save a life

“Where am I in my life right now? Still healing & waiting. Waiting for a scan that will determine the current status of my cancer, and what is planned for my future. The emotional struggles I have faced cannot be

Dancing our way through Kiribati

This September, I had the pleasure of travelling with 14 young girls to the island nation of Kiribati. Not having travelled with a 16 year old girl since I was one myself, I wasn’t exactly sure what to expect. However,

New Blog!

This blog will cover everything from ACCF’s travel adventures in developing countries to health tips on how to protecting yourself or the women in your life against cervical cancer. Stay tuned for our upcoming blogs on Kiribati, Bhutan and Nepal

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