Carlos Manuel Sey Juarez

Monthly Sponsorship

Gender: Boy

Birthdate: 1/4/2009

Country: Guatemala

Suggested Donation: $32.00 / month

Fully Funded

Carlos is a nice little boy who lives with his parents and three siblings. Carlos and his family are in good health. Unfortunately, Carlos’ father does not have a job. Carlos’ mother works as merchant in the city, but has an irregular income and is not able to adequately provide for the family. Carlos and his family are living in a house built with block, wood walls and tin roofing. They do not have water and electricity service and they use water from a well and they use wood to cook their food. Carlos would like to be a police officer when he grows up.

Filadelfia Childcare Center

The Filadelfia Child Development Center is an evangelical school that provides hope for children in the community. The center is part of the Centro American Evangelical Church. Everyday children receive a quality Christian education and nutritious meals. Throughout the week, children also hear solid Bible teaching and devotions led by the staff. The church also hosts events such as multiple holiday celebrations throughout the year in order to reach families for Christ.

Guatemala is the most populated country in Central America. The majority religion is Christianity and is primarily Roman Catholic. Families in Guatemala suffer from many difficult circumstances such as drug use, alcoholism, physical violence, broken homes, and malnourishment. Often children are forced to begin working at an early age. Many families are extremely poor, live in small dilapidated homes and don’t make enough to provide for their physical needs.

Meeting the Deepest NeedsGive Clean Water

Because of the severe temperatures and lack of rain, typical water sources in Andhra Pradesh are drying up. As a result, villagers are having to gather whatever dirty water is available in ponds, streams and water tanks. This, however, is causing people to get sick from water borne diseases like diarrhea, typhoid, jaundice, and fevers; and some cases are resulting in death.

We would like to purchase and install 25 additional bore wells this year at a cost of $1,000 each. Would you consider joining us in this effort?