Tag Archives: Christian Foundation for Children and Aging

Unbound sponsorship teaches responsibility and caring

Ataco is a picturesque town located in the Apaneca Mountains not far from the Guatemalan border.

Mothers Groups help support families, communities

The mountainside village was surrounded by coffee plantations and sugar cane fields.

Life near a cemetery, with chickens

Community Manuel II lies in an abandoned rail yard and some houses straddle the tracks.

Building strong Salvadoran families, communities and individuals

El Salvador, the smallest country in Central America, is about the size of Massachusetts.

The future of Christian Foundation for Children and Aging is Unbound

Shortly before his unexpected death in October 2013, Bob Hentzen, co-founder, president and CEO of Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, released a video announcing a name change for the largest non-profit organization in Kansas.

Bob Hentzen, founder of Christian Foundation for Children and Aging, dies at 77

Bob Hentzen was a walker, walking as the poor and marginalized walk, to work, to play and to worship.

Sponsoring children,teenager with disabilities a life-changing experience

For more than two decades, Catholics across the country have seen and heard speakers from Christian Foundation for Children and Aging talk about sponsoring children in poor areas of the world.

CFCA reaches $1 billion in aid distribution

The Christian Foundation for Children and Aging was founded in 1981 in Kansas City, Mo., as a grassroots organization to help support children and the elderly living in poverty in developing countries.

Thursday
November 26, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph