One of the great things about working in conservation is watching friends get into donating time and energy to help other people. I notice more and more people I know feeling a draw to be of service, especially in these fraught times. One example is my dentist, Dr. Joseph Zimmer. He's just started a non-profit in Kenya called Zosseo Overland Support, building out a mobile clinic and traveling around providing dental care to those who need it. Not only that- he's taking interested people with him! You don't have to have a medical or dental background, you just have to be willing to work hard during the day (with chances to see wildlife in the mornings and evenings). Check out his website for more info, and we are awfully pleased to know this awesome guy!