As I wrap up my trip here in India, I feel so humbled. By the school, program director and teachers offering these beautiful children a chance to break the poverty cycle.

Seeing their joy and light in school at day, knowing their darkness at home.

They live in shanties and sleep on the floor. They don’t have birth certificates, so many of them don’t know their own age. Their parents can’t write and have no education. They do homework under the street lights because they don’t have electricity, but they want to learn. Our teachers share meals because sometimes a kiddo comes with no lunch.

I’m going home and hugging my kids and hubby. I’m going home determined to help more and live better. I’m going home very humbled by such servant and sacrificial hearts, so blessed to be a small part of this organization.”
— Jennifer, Texas (August 2018)