A Chance In Life's 2020 Photos of the Year
A Chance In Life is releasing a few of our "photos of the year" to showcase all that you, our incredible community of supporters, made possible for our young people during a time of uncertainty and hardship.
The young women of La Repubblica dei Ragazzi in Italy reassured us with their colorful banner that read,"Tutto andra bene e le cose belle ritornarai." (Everything will be okay, and good things will return.)
Our program partners in Bolivia went out into the community to share not only food supplies, but to provide PPE and information on hand washing and COVID-19 symptoms.
Our program partners in Gujarat, India rushed to get emergency food supplies to the families of our children, many of whom work for a daily wage and immediately lost their jobs when the pandemic struck the country.
Children can find the joy in anything - even just washing their hands!
For the young people able to quarantine at our partner programs, education remained a major focus - both with the help of technology, and without. Above, Colombia (left) and India (right).
One of the talented young women at our partner program in India made this beautiful kolam art to thank the doctors and health workers working to slay the COVID-19 "monster".
Mrs. Maritza Fuño Diaz was one of several women that shared their experiences of parenthood during the pandemic in the En Primera Persona video series, produced in partnership with Equity for Children.
Children and their families found creative ways to express their gratitude for emergency food supplies our donors helped provide during the height of the pandemic.
Caution: Superhero in disguise.
After months of quarantining with their families, we were overjoyed to have several of our students return to our partner program in Medellín.
Each of the these moments - moments of children being kept safe, healthy and learning during one of the most challenging years in recent history - was made possible by the support of our donors. You can help make more of these moments possible in the years to come by supporting our work today.