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Meet Manacesi Lopez Garcia de Herrera, a 34-year-old resident of Rancho Viejo, Guatemala who recently shared her story with one of our team members.
She is the mother of three children – Kimberly, 17 years old, Ashly, 12 years old, and Dilmar, five years old. Her love for them serves as the driving force in her life. She recently became a member of 410 Bridge’s Savings Group Program along with other women in her community.
As the holiday season approaches, our hearts turn towards gratitude and the spirit of giving. One remarkable day that embodies this is Giving Tuesday, a global movement that encourages people to come together and support charitable organizations making a positive impact.
Despite the living conditions (some families had lack of water access, no electricity, no transportation, living in a one or two room home made from mud, sticks, and metal), they always had a smile on their face and welcomed us into their homes with a homemade meal. Regardless of their living conditions, they were just thankful for what God had provided.
Belonging To Kwambekenya was one of 410 Bridge’s first communities in Kenya. How the community got its name is rooted in its founding a few
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