Children Incorporated at work around the globe
More than a thousand children are supported through Children Incorporated in Bolivia each year. Read more about our work in this country, and how it makes an impact on the children we serve.
Around this time last year, Children Incorporated’s Director of Development, Shelley Callahan, and Director of International Programs, Luis Bourdet, boarded a plane and set off on the first of many adventures together, On the Road. Side by side, the two traveled to dozens of projects around the globe, from as far away as Ethiopia, to as close to home as Kentucky. The idea was simple: give readers a first-hand look at the impact of child […]
It’s been an amazing year. Thanks to your support, we’ve been able to feed and clothe children all over the globe, and provide them with supplies for the school year. Your donations also made it possible for us to send holiday gifts this season to tens of thousands of children whose stockings would have otherwise been empty. It has also been our pleasure to report on our projects around the world, from rural Morgan County, […]
In the eight months since we first launched On the Road Luis and I have traveled some 20,000 miles around the globe visiting the families and communities your contributions support. We are so grateful for the opportunity to report on the impact sponsorship has on the children we serve. We’ve met some pretty amazing people along the way, many of whom have welcomed us into their homes to break bread. In the spirit of Thanksgiving, […]
After more than a week in the mountains of Bolivia, I’m headed home — back to Richmond, Va., and my life of comparative ease and comfort. As the ground falls away beneath the plane, I’m staring out the window, trying to compose coherent thoughts, but they are lost amid a thousand mental images of the people and scenes I’ve experienced in the last few days. Our tour guide: An architect rises from poverty Roberto Andrade’s […]
A positive role model can make all the difference. Single mothers in Santa Cruz, Bolivia are finding that out, and so are the children who look up to them. Hidden behind the popular tourist destinations and modern attractions of Santa Cruz lurks the shadow side, where many children have known nothing but homelessness, poverty and crime–until Sister Pilar showed up. Sister Pilar and her fellow nuns at Villa Emilia regularly venture into the darkest sides […]