At the ceremony recognizing their ancestral domain, the Dumagat community performs a traditional ritual.
Rasik looks out at the vast wasteland of his family’s property. The once
fertile land was stripped of its natural resources by mining.
Chieftain Rogelio plays a tune for his grandson, Erick (right-center) and two other children, Myrna (left), and Joshua (far right).
Macu studies to become a teacher. She hopes to one day teach the children of her village.
Rasik and his wife, Sonamoni. Their daughter, Macu, is sponsored through the CFCA Hope for a Family program.
Do you know your roots?
The spring/summer issue of CFCA’s magazine, “Sacred Ground,” features our work with indigenous communities all over the world.
Read more interesting facts about these communities and how their cultures contribute to their self-identity.
Katie Lockee, a sophomore at Rockhurst University and a member of the Kappa Eta chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, recently returned from a service visit to Guatemala.
While she was there she had the opportunity to meet Estela, the girl her sorority sponsors through CFCA. Find out how a 6-year-old brunette with chocolate brown eyes melted her heart and changed her life.
Learn about what CFCA is doing in El Salvador to help promote a cleaner Earth!
Raharimalala, mother of a CFCA sponsored child in Madagascar.
Welcome to Raharimalala’s and Ramanjanahary’s world of toys! Raharimalala’s and Ramanjanahary’s son, Michael, is sponsored through the Hope for a Family program in Madagascar. The couple makes toy pousse pousse carts and sells them to tourists.
Read their story
Patrick Clementine, CFCA sponsor, meets his sponsored friend, Victoria, in Kenya on a CFCA awareness trip.
Have you ever looked back on a trip, only to realize you barely remember any of your experiences? If this sounds familiar, then read these six ways to chronicle your travel experience and never forget a special moment!
Jonathan, a CFCA sponsored youth and high school graduate in El Salvador.
Zulma, a CFCA sponsored child and primary school graduate in Guatemala.
Whether it’s summa cum laude, magna cum laude, or no cum laude at all, graduating from school at every level is quite an achievement. See graduation photos from sponsored youth in Central America and read their comments on reaching a milestone in their education.