Director of global strategy, Paul Pearce, left, walks with a group of mothers in Cartagena, Colombia.
Recently, Jose Rodriguez, project director for Colombia at CFCA headquarters in Kansas, traveled to Colombia to visit with mothers of sponsored children.
During the workshop, mothers gathered to answer a question: “What is your dream?”
Many women had the opportunity to share what they were interested in pursuing and CFCA had the chance to help them make it happen.
Watch the video to learn more about how CFCA becomes a catalyst for these women to achieve their dreams.
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Bob Hentzen, CFCA President and founder
Join us in remembering Bob through this YouTube video. Please feel free to share your own memories, pictures and videos in a video response.
Sponsored youth in Bolivia share their thanks through traditional Bolivian dances.
Stacy King, CFCA awareness trip coordinator, helps plan and arrange awareness trips in cooperation with our field staffs around the world.
From left, Amos, CFCA youth program coordinator in Nairobi with Dave Heaton, CFCA director of operation in Kansas City. Dave visited Kenya on a CFCA awareness trip in 2013.
Have you ever wondered what happens on a CFCA awareness trip? Watch this field notes video to see how Dave Heaton, director of sponsorship operations at CFCA headquarters in Kansas City was welcomed into Kenya.
Wilkister in Kenya wants to be a teacher when she grows up!
What was your dream when you were little?
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Benedictine college students from Kansas celebrate with Faustina and her family in front of her new home.
A new home has a monumental impact on Faustina’s family and on the group of students from Benedictine College in Kansas who traveled to El Salvador to help build the house.
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Ines, a sponsored aging friend in El Salvador, has experienced much loss in her life.
Through CFCAís Hope for a Family program, Ines and all sponsored aging friends can renew their sense of hope and well-being.
CFCA provides benefits such as food, health care and clothing for older adults, but one of the most important benefits we provide is friendship.
For some sponsored aging friends, CFCA gatherings and events are their only time for social interaction.
Ines tells her story in this beautiful video.