Help Save Children in El Salvador

Facts about child poverty in El Salvador and how Children Incorporated is helping

Abundant in rivers, lakes, and fertile, tropical farmland, El Salvador’s wealth of natural beauty traverses a vast central plateau bordered by Pacific coastal plains to the south and rugged mountains to the north. For centuries, several Mesoamerican nations called this land home, including the Lenca, Olmec, Maya, and Pipil/Cutcatlec. However, this smallest and most densely populated Central American nation is particularly susceptible to natural disasters like earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, and it has been plagued […]

Help Save Children In India

Facts about child poverty in India and how Children Incorporated is helping

From the snowcapped Himalayans to tropical beaches, India is truly a nation of contrasts. It boasts a rich history spanning tens of thousands of years. In fact, the earliest known civilization in South Asia once called India’s fertile Indus Valley home. Today, with the world’s second-largest population, India includes a staggering variety of ethnicities, languages, religions, and cultures. Its wealth of natural resources and vibrant cultures, however, belie the abject poverty in which so many […]

Family Bonding in Eastern Kentucky

At Floyd Central High School, Family Fun Nights bring students and parents together

As a part of our 2022 “Virtual Visit” series, our Director of U.S. Programs, Renée Kube, takes us to Floyd Central High School on a visit to hear about our sponsorship program and other outreach services conducted by our volunteer coordinator, Teresa. Renée Virtual Visit “Floyd Central High is a relatively new school located in the community of Eastern. It was built in 2017 as a consolidation of the old Allen Central High and South […]

Help Save Children in Sri Lanka

Facts about child poverty in Sri Lanka and how Children Incorporated is helping

The island nation of Sri Lanka is located just east of India’s southern tip. It has been known by many names over the centuries, but it fittingly derives its current name from the Sinhalese words meaning “resplendent island.” Amidst its tropical rainforests, coastal plains and south-central highlands, Sri Lanka boasts the highest biodiversity density in Asia, with roughly a quarter of its thousands of species of plant life and mammals existing nowhere else on the […]

Rising to the Challenge in Kentucky

A virtual visit to Floyd County by Renée Kube reminds us of the struggles caused by the pandemic

When the Covid-19 pandemic struck hard in March 2020, all U.S. schools went fully virtual. They had no time to prepare — everything was done, as the old saying goes, “on a wing and prayer.” However, for most districts, the school year was over by mid-May, and at first everyone thought things would be back to normal soon. Then, the realization sank in across the country that the pandemic would get worse before it got […]

Working Together to Help Kids in Kentucky

Our volunteer coordinator at James D. Adams Middle School is proud of her community’s efforts to support her students

This week’s edition of Stories of Hope continues with our “virtual tour” of Boyd County, Kentucky. Our Director of U.S. Programs, Renée Kube, visits with our volunteer coordinator, Michelle, at James D. Adams Middle School, to tell us more about their school, community, and the power of working together to help children and their families. “Adams Middle School is a rather small school located in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. It has the capacity to accommodate around 335 […]