Sponsored children have fun on a swing set at their school playground in El Salvador.
On Unbound’s first blogger trip, our social media coordinator, Victoria Brown, not only met with sponsored families but was also immersed in the Salvadoran culture. Read more to find out some of the things Victoria learned on her visit.
Rachel Balducci meeting with families in El.Salvador.
Ali Ebright making cheese-stuffed egg-batter-fried huisquil with sponsored mother Maria.
Paula Kiger with Javier, Josue and their mother Silvia. Javier and Josue are both waiting for a sponsor.
As the travelers from Unbound’s first blogger trip to El Salvador settle back home, they are already starting to share their experiences on their own blogs. We’re excited to share excerpts from what they’ve posted so far.
Victoria Brown with Diego, Johana, Sonia and Brian outside their home.
It’s 11 p.m., and I’m sitting alone in the Unbound communications office in Santa Ana, El Salvador, typing away as bugs crawl and fly around me. I procrastinated on this post all evening because I couldn’t stop thinking about my visit with Sonia.
Graduation season is here, and we couldn’t be more proud of all of those who are achieving their dreams of education. Whether it’s finishing high school or completing a higher education, all of these grads have a lot to celebrate.
Valedictorian Rizalyn stands with her mom after giving a commencement speech in the Philippines.
Rubilyn stands with her son Jeff after he received his bachelor of science in information technology in the Philippines.
Ugandan graduates share their success stories.
Jyoti from India completed her master’s degree.
Salvadoran scholar Maria graduated with a teaching degree.
After graduation, Ugandan scholar Veronica got a job as a teacher.
Jeff and his classmates are excited to have earned their degrees.
Mary Grace and her proud parents at home in the Philippines.
Guatemalan scholar Rudy with his diploma.
Indian scholar Annie earned a degree in biotechnology.
These Filipino scholars celebrate after graduation.
Graduates in Uganda enjoy a celebratory picnic put on by Unbound.
Jozel from the Philippines stops for a photo after receiving her diploma.
Feresian is a graduate in Uganda who is now working as an Unbound social worker.
Sisters Diana and Annie from the Philippines completed teachers college together.