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Emmanuel’s dreams are in danger

Emmanuel’s dreams are in danger

The teachers came. Desks and books arrived. But when the new school opened in Emmanuel’s village, he didn’t know how much it would change his life. Emmanuel grew up in a family of poor laborers. Both of his parents work in the fields — harvesting, weeding, planting,...
Eve is waiting for a sponsor

Eve is waiting for a sponsor

When I was 5 years old, I wanted to be a teacher just like my mom. Eve wants to be a teacher, too. I loved singing and often sang in church with my family. Eve also enjoys music, and she loves to sing and play with her sisters. I was the oldest child in my family, and...
Sponsorship allows children to flourish

Sponsorship allows children to flourish

Young people in Honduras often have to choose between a life of crime or a life surviving on a meager income. Since Honduras is the second-poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, most families live below the poverty line. But because of a child sponsorship program...
4 ways to get your kids involved in sponsorship

4 ways to get your kids involved in sponsorship

“Mom, there’s nothing to do!” “Mom, I’m bored.” “Mom, will you take me to the mall?” “Mom, can we get a pool?” “Mom … mom … mom!” And that’s why so many parents dread the summer months. Finding activities to keep your kids entertained while school is out is no small...
Five things your letter says to your sponsored child

Five things your letter says to your sponsored child

It’s easy to remember to tell people you love them when you see them often. But since you don’t see your sponsored child face-to-face, it can be difficult to remember to write. And even when you do, you may struggle with knowing what to say because of cultural...
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