Aurelia sells her vegetables at the marketplace.
The money Aurelia receives from selling her vegetables is the family’s only source of income.
Imagine having such an insecure, ramshackle house that you dread the thought of anyone visiting you.
For one family in Tanzania, this was part of their daily life.
Aurelia and her three children, two of whom are sponsored through CFCA, used to live in a home made from iron sheets.
Roland, from the Philippines
The CFCA project in Legazpi, Philippines, recently sent us success stories from young adults who were sponsored through CFCA as children.
Here’s one from Roland, who recently finished his final year of college studying secondary education. Congratulations, Roland!
This is a story of an ordinary boy with great dreams and aspirations in life. Through his perseverance and determination, he made great achievements that made his parents proud to call him their son. — Roland, a former CFCA sponsored youth
Antoni, 12, Colombia
Antoni and William are two of the selected artists featured on CFCA’s 2013 Christmas cards. Click here to learn more about them!
By Naresli Calito, CFCA communications center correspondent for El Salvador
In El Salvador every November 2, we celebrate the “Day of the Dead.”
It’s a time for visiting the graves of our loved ones.
In Santa Ana, we have the “Santa Isabel” cemetery, which is a popular cemetery in El Salvador.
Director of global strategy, Paul Pearce, left, walks with a group of mothers in Cartagena, Colombia.
Recently, Jose Rodriguez, project director for Colombia at CFCA headquarters in Kansas, traveled to Colombia to visit with mothers of sponsored children.
During the workshop, mothers gathered to answer a question: “What is your dream?”
Many women had the opportunity to share what they were interested in pursuing and CFCA had the chance to help them make it happen.
Watch the video to learn more about how CFCA becomes a catalyst for these women to achieve their dreams.
Watch the video!
Sarah Jayne, a CFCA Scholar in the Philippines.
The CFCA project in Legazpi, Philippines, recently sent us success stories from young adults who were sponsored through CFCA.
Here’s one from Sarah Jayne, who is in her final year of college studying secondary education. Congratulations, Sarah Jayne!