Month: February 2018

Empowering Women: Pathway For Hope

February 26, 2018

ER is pleased to announce the launch of a new community development program that will focus on helping women and families extricate themselves from economic hardship, low education and a lack of opportunity. The program is called Pathway For Hope and seeks to provide a community in Manila, Philippines, with “holistic opportunities for people’s empowerment”. Pathway […]

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Brunsch Bunch on Epic Journey in Haiti

February 20, 2018

By Tim Fausch, ER Communications It sounded like fun. A friend was assembling a team of volunteers to “go somewhere in Haiti to help” following the devastating earthquake that rocked the country in 2010? Would he join the team? Brad Brunsch not only accepted that invitation, but went on nine more trips to Haiti over […]

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Quito Women: 18-Year-Old Discovers Peace

February 19, 2018

I am Valeria and I am 18. My two brothers and I live alone with my mother. I first came to the Women’s Group at the Quito Family Resource Center five years ago with my aunt. Attending this group has helped me in every way. It changed my life. With help and encouragement, I felt all […]

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IT Tender Responds to Extreme Crises

February 12, 2018

IT Tender, an ER partner serving in three impoverished communities in suburban Manila, had a busy year in 2017. In fact, its work vividly illustrated the very idea behind the words “Extreme Response.” One of those communities, Napacor, was reduced to rubble from a fire. (Pictured at right are before and after images.) Each of […]

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2018 Christmas Team Dates Announced

February 12, 2018

So maybe announcing our 2018 Christmas Outreach Team dates and locations isn’t quite as exciting as the NCAA March Madness Seeding Reveal, but we think it’s pretty great. How else can you impact the lives of kids living in dire circumstances and give them a reason to CELEBRATE, while creating memories that will last you a […]

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Quito Kids: Stronger Families Via Education

February 6, 2018

By Daniel Lopez, Quito Child Development Center Last fall we began creating greater engagement with the families of the children who attend the Quito Child Development Center (CDC). We received instruction from a professional in initial (early childhood) education who provided advice to both our teachers and the parents. The training also helped us evaluate […]

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