India is home to many different languages. It’s a big country, with lots of diversity. In the central and eastern states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana, Telugu is the most commonly spoken language.
Watch this video to learn how to say hello in Telugu. Then share your new skills at all the holiday parties.
Sponsor today and practice your language skills through letters.
In this two-part video, Stacy King, Unbound trip coordinator, describes her journey to India on an Unbound
awareness trip — the trip of a lifetime.
Watch the other video
How do you say hello? Hi, howdy, hola, kon’nichiwa?
this video and learn three ways to say hello in Kiswahili, one of the main languages spoken in Kenya.
Practice your Kiswahili and sponsor someone from Kenya today!
“You are not alone.”
That’s the message you send when you sponsor an elderly friend through Unbound. Watch and share this video with others and encourage them to
open their hearts to an elder in need.
People ask us all the time how they can help spread the news about
Unbound. We’ve found one of the best ways is by word of mouth, and what better way to share Unbound with your friends and family than through video?
To help inspire you, we’ve created a video of our own staff members as they talk about Unbound.
video, then create your own. Don’t forget to share it with us on Facebook or Twitter!
Want to know more ways to share Unbound? Check out our Volunteer page to learn more.
Sponsor a beautiful life. Watch and share this short video to inspire a smile today!
When you sponsor through Unbound, you give voice to someone’s dreams.
Watch the dreams of four youth come alive in our new video, “Give Voice to a Dream,” and share it on social media.
sponsor today and help someone realize their dreams.
Director of global strategy, Paul Pearce, left, walks with a group of mothers in Cartagena, Colombia.
Recently, Jose Rodriguez, project director for
Colombia at CFCA headquarters in Kansas, traveled to Colombia to visit with mothers of sponsored children.
During the workshop, mothers gathered to answer a question: “What is your dream?”
Many women had the opportunity to share what they were interested in pursuing and CFCA had the chance to help them make it happen.
Watch the video to learn more about how CFCA becomes a catalyst for these women to achieve their dreams.
Watch the video!
Bob Hentzen, CFCA President and founder
Join us in remembering Bob through this YouTube video. Please feel free to share your own memories, pictures and videos in a video response.
Sponsored youth in Bolivia share their thanks through traditional Bolivian dances.
Stacy King, CFCA awareness trip coordinator, helps plan and arrange
awareness trips in cooperation with our field staffs around the world.