Care For Children International Inc
362 Second Street,
Fall River, MA 02721 – USA



For as low as .84 cents a day, you can ensure that one child living in poverty will have food, shelter, clothing, education and medical care. Just $25 a month can provide your sponsored child with new hope.


With, we can now take advantage of theAmazon Smilesprogram to help drive funding to Care For Children International, Inc.

Here’s how to take advantage of this program:
1) Instead of going to, point your browser to
2) When prompted to select a charitable organization. Simply pick Care For Children International, Inc. Dartmouth, MAUSA from the list.
3) Going forward, please make sure to go to to shop at Amazon. If you go to, you won’t be taking advantage of the program, and Amazon will not make donations to Care For Children International, Inc. Dartmouth, MAUSA
4) Share these instructions with your friends to make an even greater impact!

Comments are closed.

Providing 24/7 Care
Thanks to your generous contributions and continued sponsorship, CFC volunteers work around the clock all around the world. Today, we are housing hundreds of orphans in India, feeding thousands in Africa, supporting poor children in the Azzorre and providing financial support and rehabilitation centers in Brasile. Visit our Mission Page to learn more about how your donations are being used to save children across the globe.
Statistics About Guinea-Bissau

Statistics About Guinea-Bissau

Current Funding Campaigns
With tough economic times plaguing our Global Community, this is a crucial time to help those who cannot help themselves. To embrace one of our Causes as an organization or group, please complete our Contact Form and one of our Directors will contact you. View our Current Funding Campaigns to see what Needs we are working on meeting.
Statistiche A proposito di Brasile

Statistiche A proposito di Brasile

In 2006, L'UNICEF stima che 9,100,000 bambini in Brasile vivono in condizioni di povertà 8 milioni di bambini vivono e / o lavorano in strada. Circa 42% dei bambini brasiliani vivono in povertà. Circa 1/8 di tutti i bambini brasiliani vivono in strada. In 2010, c'erano 473,600 persone incarcerate nelle prigioni e carceri brasiliane. I farmaci sono responsabili di 85,000 del conteggio totale.