1. Dominican father sets example for a united family
Jose Luis struggled to provide for his family’s needs without leaving them to find work. He was able to stay and find employment in the Dominican Republic after discovering CFCA’s Hope for a Family program. Read more
2. Dads of sponsored children repave Honduran roads
When heavy rains washed out the main road to a village near Santa Rosa, Honduras, fathers of CFCA sponsored children decided to build a new path for the community’s common good. Read more
3. Kenyan farmer pumps up income with CFCA’s help
4. Ruben and Yuli — CFCA family in Colombia
Ruben, a father in Colombia, has two children sponsored through CFCA. This video is a beautiful example of the daily sacrifices he makes to support his family, which has renewed hope through sponsorship. Watch the video
5. Happiness in hen manure: Organic fertilizers in CFCA communities
Ciriaco, the father of a sponsored child, and his family in Guatemala utilize every possible resource for gardening on hand. Or should we say, on hen. Read more
6. Sponsored elder cares for abandoned animals
Gregorio is a sponsored aging friend from Cuernavaca, Mexico. Gregorio’s kind-hearted nature inspires him to find sick or abandoned animals to take home and nurse back to health. Read more
7. Filipino fathers reaffirm their paternal role
Since their formation in 2004, the Antipolo ERPAT fathers (Empowerment and Reaffirmation of Paternal Abilities) have distinguished themselves as leaders in the community.
The ERPAT concept originated with CFCA fathers who wanted to strengthen their social responsibilities and participate more in the sponsorship program. Read more
8. Fathers of sponsored children honored for work with blood donations (Philippines)
CFCA-Antipolo was among the national recipients of the Dugong Bayani Awards. The award honors heroism in saving lives through blood donations. Many sponsored youth and their families, as well as project staffers, are blood donors. The ERPAT fathers groups often spearhead the blood donation activities. Read more
9. Drying potatoes (chuño) in Bolivia
Dario is the widowed father of Cristian and Giovana, who are both sponsored in the CFCA Hope for a Family program. One way Dario provides for his family is to help his neighbor grow potatoes. Read more
10. CFCA Communications Centers: Santa Ana, El Salvador
“After wearing many hats in the organization, I now serve as the director of the CFCA Communications Center in El Salvador and finally became the journalist I wanted to be.
“I’m also the father and husband I dreamed to be, thanking God for Roxana, my wife, and Sofia and Henry Jr., my children.”
— Henry Flores, director of the CFCA Communications Center in El Salvador. Read more
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