Hi, my name is William Bessette, and I am a board member here at Guatemalan Humanitarian Tours and Be Humanitarian. I have served on the board for four years now. I assist with marketing and branding for both companies. And I am here to talk to you about when I visited Guatemala on a humanitarian aid trip. I am writing about my second trip to Guatemala. Having been on the board for several years, this was not my first time. This being the second trip, I was intrigued. How had things changed in four years? Well, first off, things changed quite a bit. Four years ago, Be Humanitarian was going around the country, helping various organizations and charities in different locations. We were quite mobile. We visited orphanages and other NGOs that were helping their communities with education, nutrition, and finding work. As Tobie Spears, our fearless leader and founder states, “I was sprinkling seeds.” But this time, four years later, Tobie and Guatemalan Humanitarian Tours were planting a tree. We were going to put in roots and help an entire community.