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FMSC Success Stories: When They Grow Up
You’ve seen what FMSC food does for children in extreme hunger. In a short amount of time, it can transform a withered, malnourished body into a thriving and energetic child. But what happens when the child grows up?
In most cases, it’s almost impossible to keep up long-term with all the kids who have eaten an FMSC meal–we’ve shipped over 600 million meals to 70 different countries. But we do know the stories of a few who have grown up into their God-given potential.
Jonise (pictured above) is an orphan from Haiti. When she was four, she was taken in by our partners Love A Child who, among many other projects, run an orphanage (now 70 kids), medical clinic, food distribution center, and home-building project called Miracle Village. Now grown up, Jonise will finish Professional School in December to become a bank teller.
Michelene (left) was also an orphan taken in at Love A Child. Just last week, she passed her test at Professional Airline Ticketing School. Bobby and Sherry, the founders of Love A Child, stood in as proud “god-parents” at her graduation celebration on Sunday.
When Love A Child first started their orphanage, Julia (right) and her 3 siblings were taken in as orphans. She’s now 24 and finishing up her schooling to become a lab technician. After one year of lab work, she’ll qualify to get her certificate.
These girls are thriving and have bright futures. Changing countries like Haiti will happen one child at a time.