Helping Parents Become Teachers

A letter from our volunteer coordinator at the Father Andeweg Institute for the Deaf in Lebanon

We recently received a letter from our volunteer coordinator at the Father Andeweg Institute for the Deaf (FAID) in Lebanon that we wanted to share with our sponsors and donors. Amidst all that has happened since 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic, we are thankful to hear that there have been some good things to come out of the harder times for children in our program — and their families: Greetings from the FAID Family “Dear […]

Serving Disabled Children and Adults in Arizona

St. Michael’s Special Education School provides services for students beyond high school ages

*Note: This blog was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although much has changed regarding our sponsored children’s learning experience in the past months, our On the Road stories remain relevant in regards to our volunteer coordinator’s work and the impact of sponsorship on children in our program thanks to our sponsors. We are pleased to continue to share stories with you about our work. *** Located on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Arizona, the […]

No Running Water in Red Lake

In Tonalea, Arizona, families living in poverty go without a potable water source in their homes

*Note: This blog was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although much has changed regarding our sponsored children’s learning experience in the past months, our On the Road stories remain relevant in regards to our volunteer coordinator’s work and the impact of sponsorship on children in our program thanks to our sponsors. We are pleased to continue to share stories with you about our work. *** Situated in northern Arizona, the remote community of Tonalea […]

Home Away from Home

The library at Shonto Preparatory School serves as a meeting place for our sponsorship program

*Note: This blog was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although much has changed regarding our sponsored children’s learning experience in the past months, our On the Road stories remain relevant in regards to our volunteer coordinator’s work and the impact of sponsorship on children in our program thanks to our sponsors. We are pleased to continue to share stories with you about our work. *** The remote community of Shonto is situated on the […]

Attending the Freshman Academy

Incoming 9th graders at Greyhills Academy in Arizona receive special attention

*Note: This blog was written prior to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although much has changed regarding our sponsored children’s learning experience in the past months, our On the Road stories remain relevant in regards to our volunteer coordinator’s work and the impact of sponsorship on children in our program thanks to our sponsors. We are pleased to continue to share stories with you about our work. *** Greyhills Academy High School, located in Tuba City, Arizona, […]

Beds and Blankets for Sisters in Need

A thank you from Children Incorporated

During the difficult time of changes due to the COVID-19 virus, donations to our Beds and Linens Fund from our donors — just like you —were able to help two sisters in need before they weren’t able to return to school for some time. Our volunteer coordinator, Jackie, at one of our affiliated schools in Kentucky, became aware that these two young girls enrolled in our sponsorship program didn’t have beds at home. With funding […]