Tag Archives: personal

Sponsor a youth
Aug 8 2014

Dad makes sacrifice for daughter’s quinceañera

Juan Jose, Esperanza, Salvador (holding Stefani), Margoth and Josefa Antonia outside their home.

Juan Jose, Esperanza, Salvador (holding Stefani), Margoth and Josefa Antonia outside their home.

Victoria had the opportunity to travel to El Salvador in June for Unbound’s first blogger trip. She was overwhelmingly inspired by the sponsored friends and families she met. Here’s one of her stories.

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sponsor a child
Jun 27 2014

Meet Neha, Mateo and Daphine: Three kids who need sponsors

At Unbound, sponsorship helps children go to school, have healthy diets and improves the living situation for the entire family.
But it’s more than just tangible goods.

Sponsorship also creates a one-to-one connection between the sponsor and the sponsored friend. They get to know one another through notes and photos, and the sponsor gets to see how sponsorship impacts the sponsored friend’s life.

Neha, Mateo and Daphine are all waiting to start that connection.

Help us find sponsors for these three kids. Share this post on social media and let’s get them sponsored.

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2014 Unbound blogger trip
May 30 2014

‘I need families of El Salvador to remind me’

2014 blogger trip to El Salvador

Beginning June 1, a team of bloggers and journalists will travel with Unbound to El Salvador and share their experiences with you.

Kristin Littrell, freelance writer and former Unbound staffer, is looking forward to co-leading Unbound’s first blogger trip and will write about her experiences for our blog.

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Unbound Awareness Trip
May 5 2014

Trip reflections from three generations of sponsors


Unbound staff member Amanda Burian recently went on an awareness trip to Guatemala along with her mother and grandmother. All three shared short reflections on their experiences. Read more

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