When we went to the AFYA warehouse for service day, I wasn’t sure what exactly we would be helping out with. It turns out, we had to sort different medical supplies into bags with a number of the same type of product in them, labeling the quantity and expiration date of the products on the bag. We were told these bags would be transported around the world along with the supplies we stocked in them. It was really amazing to think about the fact that what we were doing would most likely have a direct impact on people — these supplies would probably save lives and help people who needed them. Just with us spending a couple of hours sorting these supplies into bags, some people all around the world may be having a chance at the life and health they possibly otherwise may not have had if they hadn’t gotten these medical supplies. I thought it was a really fun experience that was really rewarding.