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Help us make 2016 a Happy New Year for 100 needy Children around the globe. The CFC Family is always seeking to grow in size. Our mission to reach as many Children as possible continues as we seek 100 New Sponsors who are willing to make a difference in transforming the life of a child in desperate need. Start your year off with a positive gesture and be a Hero to a hungry, neglected or orphaned child in any one of the many countries we serve. For as low as .84 cents a day, you can ensure that a child living in poverty will have food, shelter, clothing, education and medical care. Your tax deductible monthly gift of just $25 a month will transform your sponsored child’s life to one of hope and joy. To answer the call and heal the desperation in a a child’s life visit our Sponsor Page today. A child is waiting.

 

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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 Azores and providing financial support and rehabilitation centers in Brazil. 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.
Statistics About Brazil

Statistics About Brazil

In 2006, UNICEF estimated that 9,100,000 children in Brazil are living in poverty Up to 8 million children live and/or work on the streets. About 42% of Brazilian children live in poverty. Approximately 1/8 of all Brazilian children live on the streets. In 2010, there were 473,600 people incarcerated in Brazilian prisons and jails. Drugs are responsible for 85,000 of the total tally.