Sponsored children in El Salvador.
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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.
Sponsored children from Casa Hogar in Honduras learn the game duck, duck, goose from their sponsors on an awareness trip.
Christy Minor has been an Unbound sponsor for two years. She and her daughter, Anna, recently participated in an Unbound Awareness Trip to Honduras and shared their experience with us.
My 11-year-old daughter, Anna, and I traveled to Honduras with an Unbound Awareness Trip to meet our sponsored child, Jaeli, and her mother, Lorenza. It was wonderful to meet the little girl whom we had come to know through letters for the past two years. We knew a few things about her family and her life, but we were completely unprepared to learn what a huge difference our sponsorship makes in their daily lives.
Ever wondered how the Dumagat tribe of the Philippines says happy birthday? We did. Now that we have the answer, we want to share it with you.
Wish someone a happy birthday by sharing this video on social media.
Help sponsored friends around the world have great birthdays by donating to the Birthday fund.
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.
Catch up on the trip on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching the hashtag #BlogUnbound or visit unbound.org/bloggers for more information.
By Barclay Martin, new channels coordinator
Recently, I had the privilege of sitting down with Jim and Ginger, a lovely couple who have been a part of the Quaker tradition for more than 40 years. As it so often happens, it was nothing like I thought it’d be.
Sponsorship makes a difference in not just your sponsored friend’s life, but your life, too.
At Unbound, we connect compassionate people and build relationships.
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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.
Rene graduated from junior high in El Salvador.
Help students like these achieve their dreams. Sponsor today!
Sponsored friend Adriana laughs with Rockhurst University students Alex and Alli.
By Rebecca Keeven, Rockhurst University student and Alpha Sigma Alpha member
In March, I traveled with a group of fellow Rockhurst University students to San Lucas Tolimán, Guatemala, for a weeklong service-immersion trip. While preparing for this trip, I did the usual: packed, attended pre-trip meetings and made sure I was caught up on shots and vaccines.
During this time, I also filled out paperwork for an individual sponsor visit through Unbound. Four other women and I were going to have the opportunity to visit the child our sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, sponsors. We filled out our paperwork, communicated with Unbound, and set up a date and time to meet our sponsored child, Adriana.
Unbound editor Loretta Kline and her husband, Robert, train together for Kansas City’s Hospital Hill Run.
By Loretta Kline, editor at Unbound
I ran track in high school and participated in road races. I hadn’t run in organized events for years when my daughters asked my husband and me to participate in a run on Thanksgiving Day. We ran as a family, survived it all and had fun in the process.
So when the Unbound Trailblazers were formed, I thought it was good motivation to get in better shape and help raise awareness of our organization at the same time. My husband and I started training for the Hospital Hill Run in Kansas City by running and walking 2‐4 miles several times a week.
We’re looking forward to joining the other Trailblazers June 6 on the road to physical fitness and helping a good cause.
Find out how you can join the fun and become an Unbound Trailblazer.