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  • ‘The families are the reason I continue’
    To celebrate the U.N.-sponsored World Humanitarian Day Aug. 19, Unbound is highlighting inspiring members of our global community who’ve overcome obstacles to help others. Carmen is from El Salvador and works for Unbound as a social worker in 11 communities in Santa Ana, with more than 200 sponsored children and their families. She started with Unbound seven years ago, learning […]
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  • ‘No longer afraid’
    By Corbett McKinney, student intern To celebrate the U.N.-sponsored World Humanitarian Day Aug. 19, Unbound is highlighting inspiring members of our global community who’ve overcome obstacles to help others. In Peru, a tenacious mother named Sonia helps others by participating in the local Family Defense group, organized through our program in Lima. Living in a rocky, dusty city south of […]
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  • Serving families in Venezuela amidst crisis
    As government security forces clash with protestors and inflation continues to rise, tension and economic instability in Venezuela are escalating rapidly. The 3,500 families Unbound serves in Venezuela face the daily hardships of food scarcity, transportation interruptions and power outages. Our program in Venezuela is based in Barquisimeto, a city of more than 800,000 residents located 225 miles ...
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  • Understanding one young Mayan woman’s experience
    The U.N. has designated Aug. 9 International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. According to Dictionary.com, indigenous means “originating in and characteristic of a particular region or country.” In simple terms, an indigenous person is one whose ancestry is based in the country and region in which they are born. According to the U.N., there are an estimated 370 million […]
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  • Mark your calendars!
    Unbound’s Global Insight Series: Latin America Join us at our Kansas City headquarters on September 13 for an evening of discovery with Unbound’s program coordinators from Bolivia, Guatemala and Honduras. They’ll share insights on our programs, with stories on the challenges families in their regions face and how sponsorship benefits are customized for each family. Global Insight Series: Latin Ame...
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  • Exchange Trip to Africa 2017
    Recently three of our program coordinators from India traveled to Kenya and Uganda to see how the Unbound program works in those countries. They had the opportunity to learn from their African coworkers and to experience the realities of families in Kenya and Uganda compared to India. This final reflection is from Vincent Murmu, the program coordinator for our Dumka […]
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  • Key learning points
    Recently three of our program coordinators from India traveled to Kenya and Uganda to see how the Unbound program works in those countries. They had the opportunity to learn from their African coworkers and to experience what poverty looks like in Kenya and Uganda compared to India. This second reflection is from Selvaraj P., the program coordinator for our Bhagalpur […]
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  • My observations from visiting Nairobi and Kampala
    Recently three of our program coordinators from India traveled to Kenya and Uganda to see how the Unbound program works in those countries. They had the opportunity to learn from their African coworkers and to experience what poverty looks like in Kenya and Uganda compared to India. This first reflection is from Seema Mohan Kumar, the program coordinator for our […]
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  • The resilience of the Venezuelan people
    You may have seen news reports on the increasingly volatile situation in Venezuela over the past several months and wondered how Unbound is helping the families we serve there get through skyrocketing inflation, widespread food shortages and large-scale protests that have been occurring on a near daily basis for the past three months. Eliezer J. Lobo R., Unbound’s general coordinator […]
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  • This is what makes Unbound different
    The stories in our recent issue of Living Unbound are about the innovative ways that your sponsorship helps people around the world, delivering personalized benefits that give families the means to lift themselves out of poverty. What you may not see is how exceptional these solutions are. Unbound is leading the way toward a new kind of service. The programs […]
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  • The cold of loneliness
    By Henry Flores, communications liaisons director My family and I moved to Colombia, South America, from El Salvador about one year ago. We wanted to give our children a new international education experience and Unbound had an open position for a communications liaison in the country. It was a great opportunity for Unbound, my family and me. I decided to […]
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  • Our 2018 Awareness Trip schedule is here
    An Unbound Awareness Trip is the ultimate opportunity to see the work of Unbound firsthand. Whether you travel to meet your sponsored friend or simply experience the beauty of another culture, your experience on an awareness trip will be like no other. We’ll be your guides all along the way on this affordable and exceptional experience. Sponsors and non-sponsors alike […]
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  • Cast your net
    Unbound sponsor Joseph Rivard of Gulfport, Mississippi traveled to Colombia in May on an Unbound Awareness Trip. He joined Unbound as a sponsor less than a year before the trip, and sponsors three young men in Latin America. Joseph is a retired professor of psychology at Central Michigan University. He reflects on how the trip impacted his faith. Like most […]
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  • And the award goes to …
    Unbound is pleased to announce that we brought home two honors from this year’s Catholic Press Awards, sponsored by the Catholic Press Association. Our managing editor, Loretta Kline, received second place in a best feature article category for her story, “From sponsored members to staff members,” in our Summer 2016 issue of Living Unbound. We also garnered a third-place honor […]
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  • Parents increase benefits using the power of community
    Maxensia, a widowed mother of eight, tends to her coffee plants in a village in Uganda. Nearby, 11 pigs sunbathe in a sty built of rough wood. At age 50, Maxensia has become an entrepreneur. Her pig farm is growing, and she also runs a small coffee farm. After her husband died 17 years ago, Maxensia struggled to provide for […]
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  • Changes coming to Unbound blog
    Unbound is rolling out changes to our blog line-up and scheduling starting this week! We’ll still post three times a week, but now it will be on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Also new will be the introduction of our Faith Reflections series, which will typically publish on Wednesday. What are Faith Reflections? Each week, Unbound delivers a faith-based reflection to […]
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  • Child accounts offer the most flexibility for families
    A mother looks out at her neighborhood as the light creeps over the mountains, the crowing of roosters filling her ears. Her home sits high on a mountain, the city of Medellín sprawling before it. The mother’s eyes pass over the half-finished wall at the front of her house. She and her husband have been building their home a little […]
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  • Fasting for solidarity
    Unbound seeks to be a gentle agent of peace in the world, and we celebrate all the moments of connection we are privileged to witness between members of our community of different faith traditions. Throughout the world, Muslims are concluding the month of Ramadan. A period of fasting, prayer and acts of charity, Ramadan is considered one of the pillars […]
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  • ‘I’m running for a reason’
    By Abby Melgren, volunteer outreach coordinator When the summer heat is unbearable, and when the hill just a few paces away is unthinkable, one thing keeps me going: I’m running for a reason. Unbound first took part in Hospital Hill Run in 2014, and later became one of the first Charity Partners. In 2014, the Unbound Trailblazer program was launched, […]
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  • Working, saving, providing
    It’s almost Father’s Day, and over the past weeks, we’ve been sharing the stories of inspiring dads in the Unbound community. Charles is a dad in Uganda who’s been working hard to make a good living to support his family. He took some time to share about his journey with Unbound communications liaison, Regina Mburu. Regina: Tell us about your […]
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  • Living Unbound: In photos
    It took a village Jonah, 10, sits outside his school in Kampala, Uganda. When his mother, Jane, moved away temporarily for work, Jonah struggled to stay in school. Members of the local Unbound mothers group stepped in to provide support and help him keep up his studies. Today, Jonah is doing well in school, loves math, and Jane is back […]
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  • Running for love
    People go running for many different reasons. Some do it to get healthy, some for the competition, and some to support a cause. Blanca is a 29-year-old mom of four living in Guatemala whose daughter, Berberlin, 13, is sponsored by Wayne from Montana. Blanca is also a runner. Her main reason for running is simple: to support her family. Blanca […]
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  • Serving communities together
    Fathers are expected to be many things. They are expected to be providers, teachers, moral exemplars, and to strike the delicate balance between protecting their children and preparing them for life in a sometimes harsh world. Responsible fatherhood is difficult, which is why those dads who dedicate themselves to being honorable, life-giving fathers deserve to be applauded. More than that, […]
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  • Tais – Unbound Social Worker – Colombia
    Unbound social worker Tais explains the reality of life in the neighborhood she serves and the impact sponsors have on her community. She says she sees Unbound as the channel that connects sponsors with sponsored friends, offering a concrete way to help people halfway around the world improve their lives and achieve their dreams. Learn how child sponsorship can help families lift themselves out ...
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  • John Fredy - Unbound Social Worker – Colombia
    Unbound social worker John Fredy talks about his passion for serving the community. He works with close to 1,000 sponsored members and their families. Though the work can be difficult and the hours long, he says that seeing the real change brought about through sponsorship makes him even more dedicated to his work. Learn more about sponsoring a child, youth or elder at Unbound.org.
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  • Unbound Founders
    The vision for Unbound began with Bob, Bud and Jim Hentzen, their sister Nadine Hentzen Pearce and their friend Jerry Tolle. Bob and Jerry were former missionaries who, while working in Latin America, witnessed the devastating effects of poverty on families struggling heroically to make better lives for their children. Guided by faith and rooted in Catholic social teaching, the founders envisioned...
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  • Tatiana - Unbound Social Worker – Colombia
    Meet Tatiana, an Unbound social worker from Colombia. She explains how our local teams of Unbound social workers partner with families, supporting them as they make decisions that best reflect their individual challenges and goals. Staff members come from the same communities as the families Unbound serves, making them uniquely qualified to understand the challenges those communities face. Learn...

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