“Nothing ever lasts forever,” the old saying goes. I find this applies to all kinds of things in life. So, as we celebrate ChildFund’s 75th year, I am mindful that not all nonprofits and for-profit companies have longevity.
After working for almost 20 years in developing countries and visiting dozens more over the past 30 years, I’ve met people from many different cultures and backgrounds and discussed all sorts of things.From these many conversations, I’ve concluded a few things about people — regardless of where they live. #ChildFund #children #diversity #help www.childfund.org
The work ChildFund started a decade ago – assisting with the integration of the thousands of ex-combatants after the country’s long and painful civil war by providing them access to credit to start new businesses and new lives – has not only been sustained, it is also thriving.
LESS THAN 20 TO GO! Please donate and help 1000 girls pursue their #education. #Donate today: https://www.childfund.org/giftcatalog/GiftCatalogItemsbyCategory.aspx?SearchByCategory=Girls%20And%20Women&CategoryId=14#MAID-50991
We received a sweet note from children in our Kenya programs. Seeing their happy faces reminds me of the important work we are doing through the support of ChildFund sponsors and donors: We say Thank You to our sponsors For your kindness and support. We learn, eat and play Because of you. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!