Missouri State sophomore talks about his recent mission trip to help orphans in Africa
June 12, 2014
Video Interview | Man Up and Go Blog
Missouri State sophomore center Tyler McCullough (Fayetteville, Ark.) recently returned from Africa where he and a group of American ambassadors spent time with orphaned children from Uganda.
In just a few years of existence, the "Man Up and Go" movement has served nearly 2,000 orphans, providing supplies, sports equipment and love to young orphans often cast away by their own society. The ambassadors have built homes, painted, sponsored and even adopted children on their trips while serving the needs of the local communities in Ethiopia and Uganda. There are approximately 53 million orphans in Africa.
McCullough joined fellow MSU student-athletes Karly Buer and Kinsey McCarter on the trip, along with MSU Rehabilitation Specialist Mitch Hauschildt.
Listen to McCullough's video interview FREE on Bears All-Access.