It’s not uncommon to hear parents in Medfield, Massachusetts say that the reason they moved to town was the schools. It’s true that Medfield schools have an outstanding reputation. But it’s not just high test scores and an award winning music program that make them special. Character Counts Teachers in Medfield work hard to cultivate [...]
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Group identity is a powerful motivator. Everyone wants to be part of something important. Thanks to ongoing support from Mike Kratochwill and Reebok, we have been able to supply two sets of sports teams and peer educators with Reebok gear! The children wear their matching shirts with pride!
In July of 2010, volunteer and long time C4C donor, Bridget McBride taught a group of 60 girls how to make washable pads. This past August, I got to sit down with the girls to see how their income generating project had fared over the past year. I was hopeful that they might have made [...]
The highlight of my trip to Zimbabwe this past summer was the camp I ran for teenage girls. The campers included girls from the community as well as girls from Tsungirirai. I also chose ten teenage camp leaders from varied backgrounds – some were orphans and some lived with one or even two parents, some [...]
Returning to Zimbabwe this past June, I was transported back to a place where plans are always tentative and to-do lists only create frustration, where meetings run late and photocopiers never work. A place where I have to bathe out of a bucket and cook over a fire. Where people are hungry, children are parent-less, [...]
I can’t believe that almost three years have gone by since Arden and I lived in Zimbabwe. Just as I feared would be true, I find it gets easier and easier for me to get caught up in my own life here in Boston, and put off the work we do for Coalition for Courage [...]