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Did Keyser’s story break your heart?

Did you receive Les & Rita’s letter in your mailbox, sharing the story of Little Keyser? Did it break your heart like it broke ours? We’re so thankful that together, we are able to build a brighter future for Keyser and his sister – and for so many children like them. Because all kids should be able to attend […]

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Recipe: Atol De Elote

We’ve been asking you to provide meals for our children for #GivingTuesday – but they want to give something back, too. Want a taste of Guatemala?  Here’s a recipe for Atol de Elote – a creamy sweet corn drink that is seasoned with cinnamon and served warm. Atol de Elote Ingredients: 5 cans of whole […]

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Because we won’t let kids like Damiana start school hungry

It’s #GivingTuesday, and we have a #NoHungryKids goal of providing 20,000 meals for kids in Guatemala. Because we won’t let kids like Damiana start school hungry! 6-year-old Damiana gets up really early because it’s a long walk from her home to school. But when she gets there, Damiana receives her meal with so much joy! […]

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Can we remind you of #GivingTuesday?

The flyers are full of #BlackFriday sales, and you can’t miss the online ads for #CyberMonday. Can we remind you of #GivingTuesday? In the midst of the most-hyped shopping days of the holidays, #GivingTuesday is a global day of giving back. So we invite you to save the date, and join us on Tuesday, December 3rd for #GivingTuesday and […]

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The future CAN be bright for children like Rosy

As we’re kicking off our year end Build a Brighter Future campaign, it’s graduation season at our Vida schools. Graduation is always such a tangible reminder that the future CAN be bright for the children of Guatemala. The smiles can hide the backstory, though. So often, a bright future is hard-won in Guatemala.  Like for […]

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oscar with his family and a sponsor

Today is the Day

Oscar Max still remembers the short-term team visiting his home that day. He was alone with his sons when a group of foreigners and Impact staff showed up. The Canadians visited with him and his boys. They spoke words of encouragement and asked if they could pray for Oscar. “One day I will accept the […]

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