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MEET OUR CHILDREN

It's crunch time!  And here is your chance to experience the end result 

of our years of building relationships with Cabo kids.

A high school diploma and learning English (in this tourist town) can be the means of escaping poverty.

                                           


Please consider helping meet the expenses of a high school student

(uniforms, books, assisting the family with food and shelter needs, safety from street gangs, etc.).


Name: Brandon

Grade: 11th

Age:

Biography: Brandon is something of a "self-starter." He has made it to his junior year in high school and also has learned a trade: welding. He wants to join the Mexican Marines, the most prestigious branch of the Mexican military. The Marines are known for their ability to say free from corruption—a difficult accomplishment for those in public "service" in Mexico. His mother works as a security guard. Help him "finish the course."


Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                   

High School Sponsor                                      

C. Virus Food Sponsor(s):                                x

Name: Josue

Grade: 10th

Age:

Biography: You will find a more lengthy bio on Josue under our "Stories of our Children" page. In short, Josue is one of those kids trying to do the right things in life. He helps protect his mother's small store, and loves to play the guitar given to him (twice) by a Christmas sponsor. But there's great pressure on all kids in Mexico to quit school to help pay for their family's physical needs. Your care for Josue will encourage him to stay in school.

Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                    

High School Sponsor                                      

C. Virus Food Sponsor: Kitty B. (Missouri)


Name: Irvin

Grade: 9th

Age: 14

Biography:  Irvin seeks to be an airline pilot—and these may not be wild dreams on his part. He is doing very well in school. His parents, Angel and Laura, are the best at keeping their boys in school and moving them toward their goals, hopes and dreams. Still, gangs and family needs are challenges to all young men seeking to stay in school,

His father, Angel, drives a city bus, and his mother sells fruit to tourists on the beach.


Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                   

High School Sponsor Carol F. (Missouri)

C. Virus Food Sponsor: Rob & Jody L. (Tenn.)

Expenses & Sponsorship

Name: Josue

Grade: 10th

Age:

Biography: You will find a more lengthy bio on Josue under our "Stories of our Children" page. In short, Josue is one of those kids trying to do the right things in life. He helps protect his mother's small store, and loves to play the guitar given to him (twice) by a Christmas sponsor. But there's great pressure on all kids in Mexico to quit school to help pay for their family's physical needs. Your care for Josue will encourage him to stay in school.

Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                    

High School Sponsor                                      

C. Virus Food Sponsor: Helena F. (Missouri)


Name: Yonatan

Grade: 9th

Age: 15

Biography: He quit school for a couple years, but Yonatan learned that life leads to poverty without a high school diplioma or (in this tourist town) learning English.

He chose to go back to school.

Yonatan lives with grandmother; the rest of his family lives in Acapulco (on the mainland). He lacks family structure & support.  Your emotional & financial support might be what it takes for him to succeed in school—and life.

Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                   

High School Sponsor                                      

C. Virus Food Sponsor: Carol P. (Oregon)


Name: Jesus

Grade: 9th

Age:

Biography: Life is pretty tough for Jesus right now. His mother, Angele, was giving tourists massages on beach. But with the coronavirus, all tourists have left town.

No work, no money. No money, no food.

And that places pressure on families to take their children out of school and into the workforce—any sort of work that can literally provide food for the family (since the Mexican government can't, or won't).


Christmas '20 Sponsor:                                   

High School Sponsor                                     

C.Virus Food Sponsor: Christian (Quebec)

Who We Are & Why

Stories of Our Children

Expenses & Sponsorships