When we first found out we were moving to South Korea, the joy of finally knowing where we were going was quickly replaced by a sense of panic. WHERE were we going? What was it like? How on Earth were we going to tell family!? I quickly scoured the internet for anything I could find on Korea and thankfully stumbled upon Korea Ye. It became "home" for me, where I'd go to find out about area customs, places to go, how to handle aspects of the move. The articles on Korea Ye, and my eventual part in writing for the site, have made our stay in Seoul soooo much easier. We owe a great deal to the site for our successful experience while here.
They have started a 30-day Kickstarter campaign to raise the necessary funds to build the websites, get writers and staff on board, and start helping families in new areas of the world.
Here's what I'm asking...can you please join me in making a donation to help other military families? If you've enjoyed reading about our adventures, have lived overseas before, and/or will possibly be heading to an overseas location in the future, please make a donation to help others and maybe even yourself. Even just $5 will help the network reach its first $5,000 goal and get Bahrain Naam up and running. Please click this link and help pay it forward:
Want to see what these sites can offer? The Overseas Yes network currently has four sites serving US military personnel and their families in OCONUS locations: