Over the years, our supporters have heard numerous accounts of families we work with needing emergency support when natural disasters strike. From flooding to earthquakes to hurricanes to volcanic eruptions, those living in impoverished areas of the world are more affected in negative ways than those not living in poverty. “At its most basic level, poverty increases vulnerably,” says Children Incorporated’s Director of Development, Shelley Callahan. “When families are living in old houses or in […]
We ensure that when unexpected needs arise, we can help families and communities immediately.