God is Good, All the Time December 7, 2020

In our crazy world, at the end of a crazy year, it’s important to look back and reflect on the wonderful ways God has blessed us and our children. That’s why I’d like to introduce you to Camila. (more…)

Finding my Attitude of Gratitude November 16, 2020

Like many people, at this time of year, I try to refocus on what I have to be grateful for. Whether it’s a “Thankfulness Turkey” with your kids, or #AttitudeofGratitude posts on your social media accounts, it seems like Thanksgiving lists are everywhere. But if I’m honest, cultivating that gratitude in my heart is harder than it has been in the past. It’s been a tough year! (more…)

Creativity at Work September 28, 2020

The resilience and creativity we see in our sponsored kids never ceases to amaze me. And the ways they are navigating the unique challenges brought on by the pandemic are no exception. (more…)

Why YOU should write to your sponsored child July 9, 2020


Building success January 29, 2020

We are so blessed by the team of caring adults who invest in our kids’ success! Every child needs support from many corners to build a successful future. And thanks to generous people like you, we see kids graduating and living their dreams every day! (more…)

Her hands speak louder than words September 8, 2016

When I was in Kenya in early May, I met my former sponsored child, Vivian Dede. I remember when she was just a child and we exchanged letters back and forth across the miles. It was always exciting to get the updated photo and her neatly written letters on lined paper. At that time, I could already see her efforts to “get it right” by her carefully erased mistakes and re-written corrections. One of my very first sponsorship photos of Vivian Fast forward twenty years. Vivian is now an accomplished young lady giving back to the less fortunate in her own country. (more…)

Sending hope back to Uganda April 26, 2016

One of the youngest members of the 2016 Ugandan Kids Choir, is dimpled, 6-year-old Titus Makumbi. Titus recognizes one of the children on the sponsorship table. At a recent choir performance, Titus and his fellow choir members sang and danced their hearts out like they usually do. But this performance was different from the others. After the performance, he stood near the sponsorship table greeting several of the attendees. Glancing at all the passports, his heart suddenly beat faster as his eyes stopped on someone he knew. (more…)

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