Kate Etue, Director of Communications
Senator Frist is working with the Old Friends Dog Sanctuary to create a dog statue to auction off for their fall fundraiser. His dog, Touch, started out blank, but thanks to some local students, Touch is becoming complete little by little.
At HTHH, we understand the power of touch. Every hand print, every contribution, is coming together to make Touch who he'll be, and we believe that everyone has a part to play in global health. For some of us—like the FGHL—our role is international. These health services students are actively working in Country and Country and other places around the world to improve health services and train health leaders. They are truly healing hands, touching lives around the world.
For others of us, we’ll leave our mark not by traveling abroad, but by advocating for those who need our help. Touching lives through our voice.