Natalie, right, with Lorena, her sponsored child in Costa Rica.
Natalie with Lorena and her family.
Natalie Urban, a CFCA sponsor, was overjoyed to meet her sponsored child and family on a recent visit to Costa Rica. It was the first time her sponsored child had been to the country’s capital, San Jose!
“Bob’s notes” are reports from CFCA President Bob Hentzen, who regularly accompanies awareness trip participants. You can see Bob’s full update on his Facebook page.
Photo credits for this report go to Ricardo Ajpuac at the Hermano Pedro project in Guatemala.
It’s a pleasure to be in touch with you and to share these profound experiences.
Mothers in Guatemala tend to tree seedlings in a reforestation project they created to help restore their local environment.
Today is Arbor Day! In one area of Guatemala, one community started a new initiative to grow two trees for each sponsored child.
David Herbison meets with his sponsored friend Moreen in Uganda in this 2011 photo from the CFCA archives. Sponsorship benefits helped provide for treatment when Moreen had malaria.
Malaria affects the lives of CFCA sponsored friends around the world. Sponsorship can help provide medicine, mosquito nets and malaria prevention information in a supportive environment tailored to each family’s needs.
Volunteers in our Kansas City office enjoy a breakfast in their honor, with a special performance by singer/songwriter and CFCA staff member Barclay Martin.
The volunteers in our Kansas City office processed more than 1 million letters last year. We thought it was time they deserved a little bacon and egg pick-me-up.
CFCA celebrates National Volunteer Week by highlighting some interesting new ways to spread the word about CFCA. Whether it’s at a cocktail party or climbing one of the world’s greatest mountains, you can share CFCA just about anywhere!
Today is Earth Day, a day to celebrate the world in which we live. Read more about Earth Day and see photos of sponsored friends and their families enjoying the outdoors where they live.