The Butterfly Project


Wednesday, October 4, 2017 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm


Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Building

At the Peace & Justice Theatre

5998 Alcala Park

San Diego. CA 92110


The Butterfly Project is a lesson on the Holocaust to discuss the dangers of hatred and bigotry. There will be a special viewing of NOT The Last Butterfly, an award-winning documentary about The Butterfly Project. Then a brief description of The Butterfly Project and discussion.  Lastly, there will be an opportunity for participants to be part of a world-wide effort to remember and memorialize the 1.5 million children who perished in the Holocaust.  Each participant will paint a ceramic butterfly, and, together, will create a work of art to symbolize that we each have a voice and can stand up to injustice.  

Young Globe Trotters Project will be participating in the following events.  Please contact us if you are interested in attending any events posted.  Most events require tickets. Young Globe Trotters Project are not partners nor do we endorse any organizations that are listed below and vice versa. 


We are enrolling student participants for the 2018-2019 year.  If you are interested in learning about global citizenship, want to give back to your community by volunteering, would like to learn about different cultures and places around the world and possibly travel to them then this program is for you.  Please download and complete an application.  Bring the application to the first meeting which will be held in April 2018.  Exact date, time and location will be posted shortly. 

The Compassion Experience


October 22, 2017 at 12:00pm


San Diego Calvary Presbyterian Church
6970 Linda Vista Rd.
San Diego, CA 92111your


The Compassion Experience is an Interactive Tour which immerses visitors into daily life in a foreign country.  It will bring visitors on a journey into the lives of two Compassion-sponsored children living in Ethiopia and the Dominican Republic. This will be a self-guided tour that immerse visitors in the lives of the children. Through the use of an iPod, a headset and 1,700 square feet of interactive space, visitors will see the children’s homes, walk through schools and markets, and hear life-changing stories of hope—all from the perspective of a child whose life began in poverty. This event is appropriate for all ages and is an excellent opportunity for anyone who has never had the chance to travel outside the U.S. to get a small glimpse of what life can be like in developing countries.