Spectacular Slovakia #39: Let's make Bratislava a better place - volunteer

American Jennifer Sturgeon shares her volunteering experience in Bratislava and explains why small acts of kindness always matter.

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Many people like to give back to their community, but few are as dedicated as American Jennifer Sturgeon, a full-time volunteer who has lived in Bratislava for two years now. Whether it’s organising a charity Christmas bazaar or smiling at strangers on the street, Jennifer does what she can to make Bratislava a better place, one act of kindness at a time. She has plenty of tips on how locals and foreigners can volunteer their time in Slovakia, including a creative and generous way to dispose of free hotel toiletries.

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