Coordinator’s Report: Blackwell Elementary School

Ashley thanks our sponsors for all their support

I would like to express my sincere gratitude for the incredible program you have spearheaded, which has afforded me the opportunity to further support my students through sponsorship. The assistance provided by ChildrenIncorporated funds has been instrumental in ensuring that enrolled children have access to essential resources,enabling them to embark on a successful academic journey. From school supplies to clothing and footwear, thesupport has been wonderful, alleviating the financial burden on families and allowing children […]

Feeling Loved, Challenged and Prepared

At Brookland Middle School, students are well taken care of by administrators

Brookland Middle School in Washington, D.C  serves children in grades sixth through eighth. It is located in Ward 5. This is one of the largest wards in the city, with more than 90,000 residents. It contains two railroad lines, and several major city streets go through this ward. Thus it has a large concentration of “industrial use” land. There are over 20 distinct neighborhoods of which its residents feel a lot of pride. Brookland Middle […]

In the Heart of Washington, D.C.’s History

Renée Kube visits Stuart-Hobson Middle School

Stuart-Hobson Middle School is located in Ward 6. This ward is truly the heart of Washington, D.C.’s history. It is the only ward that is totally situated within the boundaries of the original city as set forth in the L’Enfant Plan. The southeastern tip of Ward 6 is also the confluence of the city’s two rivers, the Potomac and the Anacostia. The ward has a large collection of historic resources. Its communities range from industrial […]

Connecting Students to the Right Services

Our volunteer coordinator at Cardozo Education Campus faces many challenges

Cardozo Educational Campus is now Children Incorporated’s longest affiliated site in Washington, DC. It is also our only affiliated site in Ward 1. This ward has a rich architectural and cultural heritage. It is a true melting pot, with immigrants from all over the world. It is the modern heart of the city’s Hispanic/Latino community. It is also home to many of the city’s African American and Asian American small businesses. This ward has 12 […]

Working in School and Not in the Fields

The J. Calvitt Clarke Home keeps children from having to labor

Luis Boudret, our Director of International Programs, visits the J. Calvitt, Clarke Home in India, which is named after the father of our founder, Jeanne Clarke Wood. About the J. Calvitt Clarke Home  “The town of Dornakal, located about 100 miles east of Hyderabad in the southeastern Indian state of Telangana, is a region where poverty is extensive, especially in years when droughts destroy the rice harvest. Since so many families cannot adequately provide for […]

Loving Their Time at Grace Aaron

Sponsored children in India immensely enjoy the child care center they attend

As he continues his visits to our affiliated sites in India, Luis Bourdet visits the Grace Aaron Child Care Center, where students are very happy to be in attendance. “The town of Burgampahad, in the southeastern Indian state of Telangana, is where the Grace Aaron Child Care Center is located,” explained Luis Bourdet. “Within this rice-producing region, which is susceptible to crop-destroying flooding and droughts, thousands of field laborers earn very low wages. Due to […]