Unwanted, broken, fatherless, day-to-day existence, abused, uneducated, illiterate, hungry, desperate, slum dwellers, recyclers, homeless, desperate for love, grime, displaced, victims, thieves, violence, survival. These are just some words that describe the children and families that they serve.
They started in 1983 caring for street children. Since that time, they’ve expanded to care for children in areas that are rampant with drug use and abuse, prostitution, and refugees from the guerrilla and paramilitary Wars. They also mentor pregnant teenagers in government facilities.