Miguel, former sponsored friend, tells of his journey with CFCA. Miguel now works for a CFCA subproject in Guatemala, where he cherishes being able to give back to his community.
Welcome to CFCA’s new blog segment: Top-four Thursday!
We’re excited to share some amazing stories, which you can only read on our website.
Read these great stories of hope, survival, determination and success from sponsored friends and their families all around the world!
Carmen, a former CFCA scholar in Guatemala, recalls the struggles she overcame to achieve her dream of graduating from high school. She started her own business while in school to provide extra income for her family.
The Labor Day holiday, celebrated every year on the first Monday in September, honors the social and economic achievements of American workers.
As we pay tribute today to the contributions workers have made to the United States, let’s also remember workers everywhere who struggle to find productive and meaningful work.
During the summer, festivals and fairs spring up all over the world offering guests delicious snacks, games, entertainment, and more.
The story is no different in Guatemala, where families of sponsored children come together once a year to create CFCA’s annual Market Day celebration. Continue reading
Roofs leak, the ground begins to wash away, roads become blocked by landslides and rivers flood, but the people of Guatemala stand strong.
They rebuild, and together they prosper in love, hope, community and courage.
The rainy season, or winter, as many Guatemalans call this time of year, has now settled in. Continue reading
Photo credits for this report go to Bob Hentzen and CFCA-Guatemala staffers Ricardo Ajpuac and Gerver Churunel. Continue reading