Regina Mburu, communications liaison for Unbound in Africa, with twins Jackson and Jackline at their home in Tanzania.
Regina Mburu, communications liaison for Unbound in Africa, recently traveled to Tanzania to gather stories about the families we serve there. Regina is from Kenya, and she enjoyed the chance to experience the unique culture of our Tanzanian families.
Rosa, Axel and Johan display their sewing machine and some of their creations.
Families in the Unbound sponsorship program often inspire us with their enterprising nature. They prove, time and again, how small investments in human potential can help make big dreams come true.
Alan, a 75-year-old sponsored elder in Costa Rica.
At 75, Alan would not strike anyone as a likely candidate for adoption. But the Unbound mothers group in his community didn’t let that stand in their way. They have taken Alan into their hearts and care for him as one of their own.
From left: Gregoria, Amparo, Magda and Teresa are mothers working together to make shampoo and detergent.
It all started with a workshop at Unbound.
That’s what Teresa, a mother from Guatemala said about the shampoo and detergent business she created with three other mothers from her community. It also got started thanks to the determination of these mothers to provide for their families.
Luisa stands outside the taxi she drives in Bolivia.
A taxi driver’s life can be dangerous. Unknown passengers, unsafe locations, heavy traffic, severe weather and the time of day can affect the outcome of each fare. But when the taxi driver is a woman living in Bolivia, accepting fares on a graveyard shift, the danger is much greater.
Jorge, 19, from Mexico.
Jorge and his family spending time together.
When Jorge joined the Unbound program nearly eight years ago he was just 11 years old. He and his family lived in a small town two hours outside of Monterrey, Mexico. The six family members lived in a home with only two rooms, one for sleeping and the other for everything else.
Sponsored children and their classmates stand outside their school in Guatemala.
Microsoft Windows recently launched its #UpgradeYourWorld campaign to celebrate nonprofits doing good work around the world. They’ve selected nine and they’re searching for one more international organization to fill the last spot.
Unbound wants to be the 10th nonprofit picked to win $500,000 to support our work — part of a $10 million Microsoft Windows investment.
The 10th organization will be chosen by the people and the number of votes collected via Twitter, Instagram and Facebook so we need your help!
Here are 10 reasons why Unbound should be one of Microsoft Windows’ global nonprofits.
Sponsored elder Rogelia in the community garden she helps tend in Payatas, Philippines.
Today on World Humanitarian Day, we bring you a story about a woman in the Philippines who devotes her life to caring for others despite her own challenging circumstances.
The Unbound office in Valparaiso, Chile.
Amanda Heter, Ximena Pacheco-Diaz and Paul Pearce, employees at Unbound headquarters in Kansas, traveled to Chile to meet the Unbound team in Valparaiso and to meet the families in our program. They shared a few highlights from their trip, photos and told us about some of the things happening in Chile.