Childspring International, a faith-based 501(c)3 nonprofit, grew out of the efforts of medical missionary teams to improve the health conditions of impoverished children in El Salvador in 1985. Overwhelmed by the number of children they were unable to treat, these missionaries sought help from doctors and hospitals in the United States. In 2001, Rose Emily…

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This spectacular organization, a division of Young Life, works actively to reach teen moms by entering their world, modeling the unconditional love of Christ, and encouraging them to become the women and mothers God created them to be. YoungLives accomplishes this in several ways, including a mentoring program, meetings and Bible Studies, an annual camp…

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The grant money received by CCYA has been such a huge blessing to them! COVID keep the students in Remote Learning through November 1st, so the extra space and school supplies helped them navigate the difficult times. The Seniors have their own space and even got to decorate their desk spaces. They also created a…

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UPDATE: Restore Life’s $10,000 was put to good use this Summer, even during COVID. Thee are some of the things the grant paid for: Built 7 home studios in kid’s homes in their community and had zoom trainings two days a week for youth on how to record and produce using industry standard software.  Started…

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Amor y Esperanza in Quito Ecuador received laptops and smart boards for their new school building, which should be complete sometime this month.  These poverty stricken children will now have the opportunity to experience learning in a brand new way, expanding their world and their dreams with a better education.  A TTR Partner and her family…

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The women of Gilgal received a TTR grant for $13,741 and were able to install a brand new security system in their main facility, as well as renovate the entrance to the facility for dignity’s sake.  These updates provide much needed peace and security for the women in the program, the staff and the volunteers…

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A $16,000 TTR grant sent 40 students and counselors to Young Life Camp via the Atlanta Project this past June.  These inner-city kids come from broken homes, neglect and overall difficult circumstances.  The opportunity to attend camp is literally one of the best experiences of their lives!  Along with the fun, they had the opportunity to encounter…

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This July a $12,000 grant from TTR afforded 8 families the opportunity to attend camp Hope Heals for free.  Camp offers times of worship, teaching, and celebration in the midst of suffering for adults, teens, and kids who either have a disability or have a family member with a disability.  This experience was priceless for the…

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