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The Children of the World are finally back home!

The Children of the World are finally back home!

The pandemic has canceled a lot of events this year: weddings, concerts, vacations, family get-togethers, and even the final months of the Children of the World choir’s 2019-2020 tour. Although their tour was cut short, though, the choir still got to see a lot of...
It’s your day: World Humanitarian Day

It’s your day: World Humanitarian Day

At the beginning of 2020, I had made plans to make this the best year yet. I’m sure you felt the same. But after a while, it didn’t feel like this was my year anymore … it was the year of the coronavirus. A year turned completely upside-down. But now I’m determined to...
Blind, jobless, and running out of food

Blind, jobless, and running out of food

Raising an 8-year-old and a 2-year-old is a challenge. I know. As a mom, I’ve been there. And Saira and her husband are doing it while blind. They’ve learned to make it work, though. Saira has been blind since birth, and her husband has been blind since he was 10....
FAQ: Writing to your sponsored child

FAQ: Writing to your sponsored child

During this year of challenges, returning to the “good old days” of letter-writing and sending care packages has never been such a comfort. And receiving a letter or small gift from you could be just the thing your sponsored child needs to brighten his or her day....
‘It’s not the virus that’s killing people.’

‘It’s not the virus that’s killing people.’

When the missiles and bombs began to rain down on Saba’s Syrian town, she and her family knew it was time to get out. Saba is one of thousands of refugees who barely escaped with their lives, so we’ve changed her name for protection. Unfortunately, her brother didn’t...
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