If one large tree can produce enough oxygen for four people, then sponsored friends and their families in Guatemala just made it possible for 80,000 people to breathe easier.
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Luz and Filonila, two sponsored aging friends in Cali, Colombia.
For Filonila and Luz, two sponsored aging friends in Colombia, sponsorship brought them more than benefits, it brought them companionship and purpose.
Fernando raises tilapia to help support his family in Guatemala
Fernando, second from left, his wife Sonia, right, and their seven children.
Fernando’s 8-year-old daughter, Maydi, is a CFCA sponsored child in Guatemala. Fernando and his wife Sonia have seven children and recently started a career raising tilapia! Tilapia farming is new in Guatemala and new to CFCA’s Hope for a Family livelihood programs. Fernando will be one of the first tilapia farmers in the CFCA program to sell a batch of 50 fish.
Eat your veggies! CFCA scholars in Cali, Colombia, decided to grow a vegetable garden to make an impact in their community.
Read more about how they got started
Learn about what CFCA is doing in El Salvador to help promote a cleaner Earth!
Harry gets help with a photo shoot from Juan, a sponsored child in Cali.
Harrison Garcia, CFCA communications center liaison for Colombia, recently returned from a visit to the city of Cali, Colombia. Read his personal experience of visiting sponsored friends and the beautiful friendships he made.
Lucy Amollo, CFCA-Kisumu project coordinator.
Floodwaters are finally receding on the Nyando River in Western Kenya, and CFCA sponsored friends and their families are now safe to re-enter their homes to assess the damage. Thankfully, all emerged physically safe.
Romelia, a sponsored child, and her father, Ciriaco, use organic fertilizer in their garden.
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.
Mothers in Guatemala tend to tree seedlings in a reforestation project they created to help restore their local environment.
Today is Arbor Day! In one area of Guatemala, one community started a new initiative to grow two trees for each sponsored child.
Today is Earth Day, a day to celebrate the world in which we live. Read more about Earth Day and see photos of sponsored friends and their families enjoying the outdoors where they live.
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