Evelin — Friend of the Month for November 2012

Evelin — Friend of the Month for November 2012

Evelin — Friend of the Month for November 2012

Evelin — Friend of the Month for November 2012

Evelin, who likes to be called “Nicol,” is an active 4-year-old living with both her parents in Honduras. She enjoys playing with dolls, right down to washing the doll clothes! Her parents are farmers and grow crops such as carrots, beans and cabbages, the only way they have to support their family. Their dream is to someday have their own house. Sponsorship will help provide Evelin with nutritional food, health care and access to education, so that her family can build their own path out of poverty.

To learn more about Evelin or to sponsor her (or another child or aging friend), please visit the CFCA website.

More about CFCA

For more than 30 years, Christian Foundation for Children and Aging (CFCA) has brought hope to families living in poverty in 22 countries. Founded in 1981 by lay Catholics acting on the Gospel call to serve the poor, it has grown into a movement of more than 250,000 sponsors who are supporting more than 300,000 children, youth and aging friends worldwide.

When a sponsor commits to sponsoring a child, youth or aging friend for $30 a month through CFCA’s Hope for a Family sponsorship program, it impacts the entire family. Sponsorship provides basic necessities like food, education, clothing and access to medical care, along with the encouragement needed for families to build a path out of poverty.

  • The Hope for a Family sponsorship program provides much more than charity to families in need. CFCA takes a personal approach that focuses on partnering with each family to fulfill their basic needs while empowering them to create a path out of poverty through education, skills training, livelihood programs and community-building activities.
  • Grounded in the Gospel call to serve the poor, CFCA is a lay Catholic organization working with and serving persons of all faith traditions.
  • CFCA is among the 200 largest nonprofits in the U.S., according to Forbes, and has received an A+ rating from Charity Watch. More than 94 percent of CFCA’s expenses go toward program support.

To learn more about Paul or to sponsor him (or another child or aging friend), please visit the CFCA website.

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