Felipe's Family is Welcomed Home

 Felipe and his family live in Juarez, Mexico where he works as a construction assistant and earns about $67 per month. He recently has been having some problems with his feet that has made it difficult for him to work. Elizabeth is a stay at home mom and takes care of the house and children. The family had been renting a home for many years but has saved enough money to purchase their own plot of land. Their home was a one room structure and is in pretty rough shape. But now, thanks to the generosity of your team, they have a brand new home! Felipe asked that we tell you: “Thank you very much for helping our family. We are in need of a better home and this will be a tremendous blessing”.

Felipe and his family live in Juarez, Mexico where he works as a construction assistant and earns about $67 per month. He recently has been having some problems with his feet that has made it difficult for him to work. Elizabeth is a stay at home mom and takes care of the house and children. The family had been renting a home for many years but has saved enough money to purchase their own plot of land. Their home was a one room structure and is in pretty rough shape. But now, thanks to the generosity of your team, they have a brand new home! Felipe asked that we tell you: “Thank you very much for helping our family. We are in need of a better home and this will be a tremendous blessing”.

Lazaro's Family Receives a Home

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The Lara Vazquez family lives in the ‘Panfilo Natera’ community of Juarez, Mexico. Lazaro works in a factory that sews scrubs and clothing for the medical community, earning about $56 per week. Elsa is a stay at home mom that takes care of their three children. Lazaro and Elsa have been married just over 14 years and for much of that time they have lived with Elsa’s mother. Recently they were given a small lot by Lazaro’s father on which their new home will be built. Elsa and Lazaro asked that we pass along this message to you: "We give thanks with all of our hearts for the help that you are giving our family. May God bless and multiply you!" 

A Little Help for Sandra

 The Machado Castro family live in the ‘Felipe Angeles’ community of Juarez, Mexico and were selected to receive their home by Pastor Israel Ramirez. Sandra is a single mother of three children. She works as a vendor, selling burritos on the street, and earns about $28 per week. Sandra is trying her best to care for her children but is struggling due to her economic situation. She has a plot of land and has been trying to build a home for her family, but now, thanks to your generosity, they will soon have a stucco home with a concrete floor and solid roof! She is very excited to be receiving a safe, secure home for her family.

The Machado Castro family live in the ‘Felipe Angeles’ community of Juarez, Mexico and were selected to receive their home by Pastor Israel Ramirez. Sandra is a single mother of three children. She works as a vendor, selling burritos on the street, and earns about $28 per week. Sandra is trying her best to care for her children but is struggling due to her economic situation. She has a plot of land and has been trying to build a home for her family, but now, thanks to your generosity, they will soon have a stucco home with a concrete floor and solid roof! She is very excited to be receiving a safe, secure home for her family.

Welcome Home Carla!

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The Fernandez Rodelo family lives in the ‘Felipe Angeles’ community of Juarez, Mexico. Carla and her children were abandoned by her husband, so this single mom is doing her best to take care of her family and keep her children in school. She is currently offering childcare for others in the neighborhood and earning about $22 per week. Carla’s family was living in a one room structure, but now, thanks to your generosity, they have a stucco home with a concrete floor and solid roof. Carla asked that we pass along this message: “Thank you so  much for your help and the blessing that this new home will  be for my family.”

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Home for Baby

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Jorge and Clara live in the ‘Felipe Angeles' community of Juarez, Mexico. Both Jorge and Clara work in a factory on an assembly line and together they earn about $110 per week. They are excited to have a home of their own as they have been living with family members. Clara just gave birth to their first child, and they are so thankful to have a safe and secure place to raise their family. Jorge and Clara's asked that we pass along this message to you: “Thank you for taking your time to help our family. May God double your blessings and give you health and life. Thank you to you all!”

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Margaret's Joy

 Margaret and her family are so excited for a new home to be built on the land you see photographed! Their current home has fallen down, and a friend is allowing them to stay in her home for the interim. Margaret became a widow over 20 years ago, and she was left with five children to raise. Her son Mukisa also died several years ago, and she began caring for two of his children. She also has two daughters and their children living in her home, so they desparetely need a safe living environment. Now they have a brand new home and latrine.  Their joy is contagious!

Margaret and her family are so excited for a new home to be built on the land you see photographed! Their current home has fallen down, and a friend is allowing them to stay in her home for the interim. Margaret became a widow over 20 years ago, and she was left with five children to raise. Her son Mukisa also died several years ago, and she began caring for two of his children. She also has two daughters and their children living in her home, so they desparetely need a safe living environment. Now they have a brand new home and latrine.  Their joy is contagious!

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Welcome Home Ramirez Family!

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 The Chavarria Ramirez family lives in the ‘Felipe Angeles’ community of Juarez, Mexico and are so thankful to receive a new home! Bernaroino works with the power company and earns about $83 per week. Maria Felix struggles with several health issues and is unable to use her left hand. Their daughter Estrella is a student and attends school in the afternoons. As you can see in the photo, their living conditions are very poor. "Thank you very much for the help that you are giving to our family." What a gift you have given to this family!

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