Gopi’s House: A Forever Home of Hope

Sometimes very treasured stories that concern changing the lives of the unfortunate come about unexpectedly… On a recent mission to the impoverished regions of India, the CCF team met one on one with a little boy who suffers from severe cerebral palsy, a disease where degenerated nerve cells and muscles create a loss of voluntary

Children’s Resource Center – India

CCF celebrates… Helping Disabled Orphans, Building Their Home, Saving Our Future Having embarked on a year long mission to India to aid mentally disabled orphans of a remote region of southern India, CCF has reached the initial goal of building a home and providing specialized education with rehabilitation to children born into a poverty-stricken area.

CCF’s Together We Can Campaign

CCF Founder Constantina lead CCF’s summer campaign, offering a $10,000 matching grant opportunity to build a much-needed Children’s Resource Centre for handicapped and orphaned children in southern India! Join CCF in reaching this goal by uniting with CCF’s CAUSES campaign and contributing to the new matching grant program; where we will help these children who

Congratulations to CCF Founder, Constantina!

It is with great honor to announce CCF Founder, Constantina’s, new title as Ms. Southern California 2015. Through her fervent dedication to leading CCF in helping orphans around the world and her love for empowering women, Constantina now wears one more hat. Her sheer enthusiasm for her active involvement in community service and advancing the

Celebrated Author to Donate Proceeds of Books Sales to CCF

Renowned author and prominent Spanish lawyer Cruz Sánchez De Lara has generously committed to donating proceeds from the sales of her new book, Freelance y colaboradores: Relación laboral (Dúo) to CCF’s ‘Fight to Stop Child Labor’ campaign. An author of several award-winning publications, this title of Sánchez De Lara’s explores labor laws and studies the development of the international legal system. Her tenacious

Sharing the Spirit of Mission with Mexican Bishop

CCF Founder, Constantina, was recently granted the privilege of a personal meeting and interview with celebrated Bishop Pedro Pablo Elizondo Cárdenas of Quintana Roo, Mexico.  This special invitation was gifted to Constantina as a result of her dedicated service in pastoral ministry and CCF Catholic philanthropic outreach, making her part of an extremely limited group

The Story of Kavitha

As a little girl living in India, Kavitha knew nothing other than the sad reality of being abandoned by her family. Lonely and scared, Kavitha felt rejected by society and hid what she thought was her fatal omen: a physical handicap of only one leg. As a withdrawn preteen entering the CCF-Angelo Home orphanage, Kavitha

CCF founder extends Congratulations to CCF Board Executive Jim McAleer

    CCF founder extends “Congratulations” to CCF Board Executive Jim McAleer for his successful news coverage regarding the substantial donation to the Alzheimers Association, where he also is President and CEO.   (http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/orange-county-woman-leaves-27-million-estate-to-OC-alzheimers-association-chaper-192587361.html)  

Free Clean Water for children of Africa

Ending World Hunger?

Ending world hunger is possible – so why hasn’t it been done?   Malnourished children in Malawi. Photograph: Martin Godwin   Save the Children is to be applauded for reminding us all of one of the most extraordinary and humiliating aspects of living in the modern world: child hunger. Drawing a parallel with the fight to abolish

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