Your Content Lifetouch, the leader in professional photography for schools and families, completed its last Lifetouch Memory Mission trip with another visit to Guatemala where 40 educators, and company employees, from across the country volunteered to help build a sustainable school out of plastic bottles from January 17-24, 2024.
This year’s trip was to the community of Xepatan in the state of Chimaltenango and included building three new bottle classrooms that are now added to eleven classrooms serving more than 335 students.
Gwyn Russell, principal of New Albany Elementary School, participated in the Lifetime Memory Mission Trip and represented NAESP’s National Distinguished Principals.
“I’m grateful that Lifetouch had the vision and commitment to launch the Lifetouch Memory Mission and continue it for more than twenty years,” said Jan Haeg, Community Relations Manager at Lifetouch. “The Memory Mission has positively impacted thousands of lives – especially the lives of the more than 600 volunteers who have gone through life-changing experiences while helping communities in need throughout the world.”