Donate to help ensure that a child stays in school and a young person receives the job skills training they need
Of every 200 children who start school in Pueblo Libre, one of the poorest neighborhoods in Peru, only 17 will go on to graduate. It’s not easy to learn when you’re the first generation in your family to go to school. It's hard for parents of schoolchildren too. They have a difficult time supporting their children, having never been to school themselves.
The situation is equally challenging for young people who are getting close to entering the workforce. Finding a job with a livable wage is next to impossible if you don’t have some form of education or job skills training.
You can help children receive tutoring twice a week to ensure that they understand what is being taught and are able to apply what they''re learning. School supplies, such as notebooks, pencils, and paper are provided. A portion of your donation will be used to teach parents the value of education, and show them how to support their child throughout their school years. You can also help young people receive the job skills training they need.
Donate $50 or $80 and help ensure a child stays in school and a young person receives the job skills training they need.
Donate to help rescue a child from the streets
This year, more than 60,000 children will be trafficked in the sex trade in Philippine towns and major centers like Cebu City.
We’ve made great strides in helping families and their children free themselves from poverty throughout the Philippines, but the focus of this work is to rescue children that poverty claimed well before we could reach them and their families.
You rescue a children from the streets and provide them with an education that gives them the opportunity to learn their way out of poverty and become free from the child trafficking that has stolen much of their childhood. Counselling is also provided and where appropriate, skills training that will enable them to earn livable income.
You can rescue a child from the streets for as little as $65.