Home is where we should feel safe. Where we should feel loved. Where we should be encouraged to dream.
This Christmas, will you …more ⟶
For kids like Diana, a new house changes everything.
A safe, secure house keeps families safe. But it also gives children an opp…more ⟶
If you haven’t finished school, your opportunities are limited – no matter where you live.
In Mexico, while most young children …more ⟶
If you could plant a garden anywhere in the world, the barrios of Puerto Peñasco probably wouldn’t be your first choice.
For sta…more ⟶
Susana has always loved sewing. A skilled seamstress, she has a knack for creating beautiful clothing and accessories. Now she’s te…more ⟶
Ten years ago, Maricela and her family of seven were struggling.
Work was hard to come by, and then she had a surgery that left …more ⟶
This Christmas, we invite you to extend the spirit of Christmas to families who lack safe, secure housing.
Like Emilia, a mother…more ⟶
Anyone who lived through Hurricane Mitch in the fall of 1998 will never forget it. That’s because they’re lucky to be alive.
Vulnerability is one way of describing families who lack adequate shelter. But another word that describes them is resilience. The …more ⟶
A single mother at the age of 37, she lived in a trailer on a friend’s property in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico, with her teenage son, Je…more ⟶