By Akansha Roy, CFCA communications liaison for India
CFCA members perform a traditional Indian dance for sponsors in Hyderabad, India.
Unfolding into the Indian culture brought joy to a group of sponsors.
They traveled to India on an awareness trip and became a part of their sponsored child’s everyday reality. They had a bright smile at the end of each day.
Sponsors explored the lifestyle, cuisine and hospitality of India, and gave CFCA staff and families a chance to present their talents and introduce the sponsors to the best of their reality.
By Shanxi Omoniyi, CFCA correspondent
A letter from my sponsored friend always makes for one of the best moments of my day.
I love to sit somewhere quiet, pore over the words from another country, and think about the time and effort it took for that paper to wind its way from a remote location in Kenya to my mailbox.
Sometimes, though, the letters raise more questions. Continue reading
After returning from an awareness trip to Honduras in May, CFCA sponsor Christine Burghoff wanted to do more for children living in poverty.
Christine and her sponsored friend, Nancy, in Honduras.
CFCA sponsor Dwight
Dwight’s sponsored child, Oneyda.
Through personal connections and sharing her story, she helped find sponsors for children and aging friends in need.
One such sponsor was Dwight Canning.
Because Christine reached out to Dwight, two more children have hope for a better future.
These are their stories. Read more
Today is a big anniversary day here at CFCA headquarters in Kansas!
Employee Linda Miller is celebrating her 30th year with CFCA.
She comes in second as the longest serving employee only to President and co-founder, Bob Hentzen. Continue reading
Sponsored youth in Bolivia share their thanks through traditional Bolivian dances.
Stacy King, CFCA awareness trip coordinator, helps plan and arrange awareness trips in cooperation with our field staffs around the world.
David and Judy Dames pose for a photo with their sponsored friends and their friends’ family members.
In March, David and Judy Dames stepped aboard a plane on their way to Costa Rica.