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Sep 3 2014

We need to be standing on the brink with these families

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by Cara VanNice, communications director for Unbound

Our recent coverage of the violence in Kenya, the plight of girls in India and the Central American children at the U.S. border highlight a common thread that runs throughout the communities where Unbound works – urgency. We are where we are because we are needed there. Help is needed there.
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Dec 11 2013

3 gift ideas for the person with everything

Sponsored friends deserve a celebration, too. Elderly friends, like Angel (right) in Colombia,  receive Christmas and birthday gifts to celebrate these special occasions.

Sponsored friends deserve a celebration, too. Elderly friends, like Angel (right) in Colombia, receive Christmas and birthday gifts to celebrate these special occasions.

Are you having a hard time trying to find the perfect gift for someone special? Well, look no further! Here are three gift ideas that give back throughout the year.

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Unbound Awareness Trips
Dec 6 2013

India awareness trip highlights the strength of mothers

CFCA members perform a traditional Indian dance for sponsors in Hyderabad, India.

CFCA members perform a traditional Indian dance for sponsors in Hyderabad, India.


By Akansha Roy, CFCA communications liaison for 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.

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Nov 13 2013

Typhoon shows strength of Filipino character

By Loretta Shea Kline, CFCA communications editor

The Filipino people are known for their resiliency.

I had the great privilege of visiting the Philippines a few weeks ago as part of my work as an editor and writer on our communications team.

I saw that resiliency up close on visits to our projects, and I was reminded of it again when Super Typhoon Haiyan hit.

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Nov 6 2013

CFCA sponsored youth: My journey to success

The CFCA project in Legazpi, Philippines, recently sent us success stories from young adults who were sponsored through CFCA as children.

Here’s one from Roland, who recently finished his final year of college studying secondary education. Congratulations, Roland!

This is a story of an ordinary boy with great dreams and aspirations in life. Through his perseverance and determination, he made great achievements that made his parents proud to call him their son. — Roland, a former CFCA sponsored youth

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