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
With the support of his sponsor and CFCA, Luis was able to follow his dream of studying medicine. He is now in his final year of medical school.
Studies show giving back leads to better health.
An interesting idea, but how can sponsoring a child or elderly friend through CFCA help you feel better physically and emotionally?
Join us as we travel through scientific studies to find out how helping others can make you happier and healthier.
The sun sets over Lake Victoria in Kenya.
By Regina Mburu, CFCA communications liaison for Africa
I settled down in my seat on the bus and buckled my seatbelt, ready for the eight-hour drive to Kisumu City, home to one of our CFCA projects in Kenya.
As the bus made its way through the sometimes rough roads dotted with potholes, I thought about the one-and-a-half weeks I would spend interacting with CFCA families.
Judith Bautista, CFCA project coordinator for Bogota, Colombia, with her sponsored friend, Jorge, in Honduras.
Judith Bautista is the CFCA project coordinator for Bogota, Colombia, and a CFCA sponsor.
Judith began sponsoring 19-year-old Jorge in 2010 after a trip she took to Honduras to learn more about CFCA mothers groups.
She had the opportunity to meet Jorge when she traveled to Honduras recently for a CFCA awareness trip.
In her reflection, Judith describes the journey of her sponsorship experience and how special it was to meet her sponsored friend.
Miguel, former sponsored friend and current CFCA staffer in Guatemala.
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.
CFCA-Kenya staff member Lillian Naka
CFCA-Kenya staff member Lillian Naka recently visited CFCA’s international headquarters in Kansas City, Kan.
She talked about her role as a mothers group coordinator in Nairobi, and how mothers of sponsored children work hard to create a path to self-sufficiency by launching small businesses.
Watch the video below to learn more about CFCA’s work with mothers all around the world.
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Erick Musembi, a CFCA-Nairobi staff member is hard at work.
Marco tends his coffee fields.
Miguel and his dance partner, Valentina, dance the salsa.
Maria demonstrates how to weave a basket.
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!