Sponsored children in El Salvador.
Looking for ways to share Unbound with friends, family or people you meet on the bus? We have four great ideas to share Unbound. Continue reading
After returning from an awareness trip to Honduras in May, CFCA sponsor Christine Burghoff wanted to do more for children living in poverty.
Christine and her sponsored friend, Nancy, in Honduras.
CFCA sponsor Dwight
Dwight’s sponsored child, Oneyda.
Through personal connections and sharing her story, she helped find sponsors for children and aging friends in need.
One such sponsor was Dwight Canning.
Because Christine reached out to Dwight, two more children have hope for a better future.
These are their stories. Read more
Q. How can I help you in your mission to serve those in poverty, beyond sponsoring a child or elderly person?
CFCA sponsored child Nathaniel, who prefers to be called Nati, near her home in Lima, Peru.
A. Although CFCA’s focus is the one-on-one relationship developed through sponsorship, we have many different funds and initiatives that support our work. Continue reading
Adanil in the Philippines dreams of becoming a policeman.
The LeCompte family found a sponsor for Adanil, which will give him the resources to achieve his dreams.
When you were younger, what did you want to be when you grew up? Adanil from the Philippines dreams of becoming a policeman, and the LeCompte family found a way to help him make his dreams to come true.
From left: Jennifer Callon and Kathryn Nygaard outside their church in Houston, Texas.
Frank Einsmann (center) at his church in Richmond, Va., working at his Sponsorship Sunday table.
CFCA Sponsorship Sundays are open to everyone, no matter what your faith background might be.
Whether it’s your first time volunteering or you’re a seasoned volunteer, Sponsorship Sundays give you the opportunity to talk about sponsorship in your own place of worship.
From the CFCA archives: Joe Bergkamp and his wife, Nery.
Sharing the table with those living in poverty brought love to Joe Bergkamp’s life and the adventure of a lifetime.
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.