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CCF Featured Children
During a recent trip to Ghana, we witnessed the harsh reality of forgotten children who are desperate for someone to care. Kwamiyi and Kwami are two of those children who have suffered from no fault of their own, simply forced to face the cruel truth of abject poverty.
Abandoned and afraid, Kwamiyi and Kwami have led a life of extraordinary hardship, with no one to care for them but each other. At just eleven and fourteen years of age, their eyes speak a history almost unfathomable to imagine. Kwamiyi and Kwami have never been to school and have never had a permanent home. For these two boys, life has been about survival.
In hopes of making a vital difference for Kwamiyi and Kwami, CCF has partnered with local religious and committed volunteers who have been successful in finding a foster arrangement as well as specialized education. Now, we need your support! The two boys face ongoing medical requirements, are in need of basic supplies and lack schooling fees. Help us dramatically change the lives of these once forgotten children by offering any amount today. Give Kwamiyi and Kwami a chance to live the way that every child deserves.
CCF Featured Child
Behind the smile of this little boy lies a desperate need for someone to truly care. Named Faisal (meaning determined), it was his inner fortitude and prayers that guided this child to us today. He was born deaf in both ears and, as a result, was labeled with mental retardation. Because of this, his lower caste family was unable to accept him.
Abandoned under these conditions, Faisal was left with serious organ complications. Fortunately, Faisal now resides at the Arulchandru home and school for orphaned children with special needs in India. Here, he receives the love and basic care that all children deserve. However, Faisal’s medical care is costly and we need your support!
Faisal is waiting for specialized treatment to prevent his vital organs, mostly his heart, from failing. Please join CCF and help us raise funds for Faisal by offering any amount today. While Faisal may not be able to hear the words “we care,” he will know what they mean.