Hola (hello), my name is Jocelin
12 yrs. old
Entered the program: September 2013
Jocelin lives in a two-room house made of concrete blocks. Six people live in the home and they have no running water or sewer system. Jocelin's father's job pays very little and her family is extremely poor. Her brother, Juan, is also in the Trigo y Miel program.
You can help the girls at Villa Esperanza, and hundreds of other children like them, through our Join The Village opportunity.JOIN THE VILLAGE
Due to the unique culture of the area we ask that you contact us directly to learn more about how to help children in Cuba, including sponsorship. You can contact us through the form below or call us at (360) 574 -3343.
As a child sponsor, you’re providing things like nutritious meals, safe drinking water, education, health care, and spiritual instruction. Beyond meeting their critical needs, you’re building a priceless personal relationship with your child, helping them discover their true worth and God-given potential.
Your sponsorship helps provide for your child’s physical, educational and spiritual needs. These needs are met differently depending on the community your child is in, but include things like: