Wicho was a member of the Tortugas’ first tackle football team. After dropping out of school with no direction for over a year, he learned about the new high school we were launching – and soon his life would be forever changed.
Tony Giammarinaro went on his first Amor Trip over 12 years ago. He shared with us what keeps him coming back year after year, and the experiences with Amor that have impacted his life.
The high delinquency in Jalisco made it difficult for Carina’s family to make any advances. After making the difficult decision to leave everything behind in their hometown, Carina and her family put down new roots in Tijuana.
There wasn’t enough space for Ramon’s family of 7 to all sleep in the same place, an abandoned room made of clay, so he and his wife slept in a cave underneath it. They had no other option, until they received their new home from Amor.
The only thing that separated Susana’s children from human trafficking was a blanket. When she was about to give up, hope knocked at her door.
These were the words spoken to us as Amor founder Scott Congdon was introduced to Maria through this photo, years ago. This is her story, one that we will never forget.
Adelaida saved for years, hoping to be able to one day buy a home. She shares how their new Amor house will allow her to start a new life with her daughters.
It was difficult for their old house to accommodate this 7-person family. With a new house from Amor, their children share how this gift is impacting their family’s life.
After her accident, Maria had a difficult time getting in and out of her old home, a trailer lifted off the ground. Thank you to Boulder Valley Christian Church for making a new home possible for Maria.