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Get minimal travel insurance before going overseas to do good.

Mark Sequeira

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Good Neighbor Insurance, East Warner Road, Gilbert, AZ

Do-gooders need to know that their domestic health insurance only covers them in life-and-death situations if overseas. If you tear your ACL or get hit by a car, you're on your own. And they won't pay to evac. you back to the states so take your chances with dirty needles or questionable hospitals. For about a dollar a day you can have total coverage incl.Medical/Political evacuation. And if you're like me, going to Pakistan to work with refugees, or Chechnya/Dagestan or maybe Kazakhstan to help create jobs/learn/do cultural exchange, then you need protection. Trust me. I've done some crazy do-good stuff in my lifetime!

Good Neighbor, the intl group that I now work for helps groups large and small, social businesses, non-profits, NGOs, as well as individuals and short-term teams stay safe overseas. It's not a gimmick and not cheap trip cancellation crap. Just a "What-if" safety blanket to make sure you're able to keep doing good many years from today!

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