Our April 2024 Impact Report

Hearing from a Former Sponsored Child in Kentucky

Ensuring the children are able to stay in our sponsorship program from their earliest days in school until graduation is something that our Director of U.S. Programs, Renée Kube, works hard to do. With the public school system often times having three different schools — elementary, middle and high school — for children to attend, it’s crucial that we partner with each school to ensure sponsorship support is not interrupted — especially for children who […]

Depending on Our Sponsors in Kentucky

Ron Carter continues his visits to Martin County

As I continued my trip to visit our affiliated sites in Martin County, Kentucky, I visited Eden Elementary School, where I had the chance to reconnect with our volunteer coordinator, Marlena, after a few years. She and her assistant, Kelli, welcomed me with open arms as I arrived to the resource center. SEEING EDEN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Marlena and Kelli are very appreciative of the Children Incorporated program, and I got the impression from them, as […]

Visiting our Affiliated Sites in Martin County

Ron Carter travels to Kentucky to visit with our volunteer coordinators

While visiting Martin County, Kentucky last fall, I first met with Kara, our site coordinator at Martin County High School, and I was absolutely blown away by her caring nature and the extent of services she and her assistant offer the young people at her school. Kara stated that she feels her main goal is to help the teenagers at her school look and feel good, just like everyone else, so that they will fit […]

Willingness to Invest in Students

A letter from our volunteer coordinator, Scott, at Lewis County Middle and High Schools

It is amazing to us what our volunteer coordinators are able to do to help children in need when given the freedom to determine what is best for children in our program, which is something we are proud to offer to them. Today we hear from Scott at Lewis County Middle and High Schools, about some of his students who benefited from our sponsorship program in a way which he feels shows an investment in […]

Focusing on Learning in Menifee County

Our former coordinator, Melanie, writes a heartfelt impact letter to our sponsors

For nearly two decades, our former volunteer coordinator at Menifee Middle and High Schools, Melanie, worked closely with children in our program who struggled having very little consistency in their lives outside of the support they received from their sponsors. Today, we hear from Melanie, who retired from her position last year, about how Children Incorporated was so important for her students during her many years as the school’s resource center coordinator. Melanie’s Letter I […]

Our February 2024 Impact Report

A Letter from our Volunteer Coordinator at James D. Adams Middle School in Kentucky

Although we are not always considered to be an emergency relief organization, it is amazing how quickly we actually can respond to helping children and families in our programs when sudden needs arise. Today we hear from Michelle at James D. Adams Middle School about how our Hope In Action Fund has come to the rescue for her over the last year, especially when needed after devastating flooding in Eastern Kentucky. Michelle’s Note “What a […]