August 3, 2020 - Understanding that he could not meet his children’s basic needs, Vadim decided to take his children to an orphanage hoping that, once he had a safer home and could provide a better life for his family, he would return for them and take them home.
July 21, 2020 - One young lady stands out from the group. She is the first Rohingya refugee in India – out of an estimated 40,000 – to be admitted to college. Her dream to help others will start as she pursues a formal education.
July 16, 2020 - People can overcome seemingly insurmountable hardships with just a little encouragement and a caring hand. Take the example of young Karabo, a girl who lost her family, and Entembi Mosley, a single mother of three and grandmother of five.
July 7, 2020 - We are taking action where it is not easy, where few are willing to take the risks; where profound differences have been made. The hearts and souls of our volunteers are forever changed, knowing they were part of something bigger than them.
June 30, 2020 - It is clear the Callahans have a legacy of helping children at home and across the world. In their careers, spare time, financial decisions, church involvement and much else, Miriam and Ray seem to be pulled back again and again to help vulnerable children.
June 16, 2020 - As a child, Amir fled Myanmar with his mother, grandmother and four younger siblings. The family of six left the country to avoid the racial and religious genocide that has, to date, taken tens of thousands of lives.
May 27, 2020 - In the mind of Sripriya, CERI has a beautiful opportunity to make a difference. Having spent part of her life in CERI’s foster care program in Sri Lanka, Sripriya thought of children in foster care today, given the scope of the pandemic.
May 20, 2020 - Keeping children not only safe and healthy, but also happy and entertained during a global pandemic is challenging. But one local artist in Sri Lanka has come up with something that accomplishes all of those goals – a coloring book.
March 15, 2020 - Karabo had experienced unspeakable tragedy that had left her feeling insecure and having low self-esteem. After participating in the new Memory Box program, Karabo found meaning, purpose and hope for her life.