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LONGTIME SPONSOR REFLECTS ON WHAT SHE HAS LEARNED

Monica Olsen has been a part of the Kateri Tekakwitha Fund since its beginning.  Over the years, she has sponsored seven scholars and interns.  She has supported the cause because it is truly life changing.   One, Lily Garcia, received her … Continue reading

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The girls are back in town!

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As many of you know, Kay has spent the last month in Guatemala working on various projects and the transition of the organization. What you may not know is that we also had someone from the U.S…

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The girls are back in town!

As many of you know, Kay has spent the last month in Guatemala working on various projects and the transition of the organization. What you may not know is that we also had someone from the U.S travel down to join … Continue reading

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It’s been a while… we apologize!

It’s been a little while since we last posted here, and for that we apologize. However, we are happy to announce that things are going well with our small organization, and that we were able to put 14 girls through … Continue reading

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Reflections on Stina Pope’s Guatemalan Adventure

“One very cool thing about this trip to Guatemala was the reactions we got when other folks asked where we were going and what we had seen. The typical touristy folks gave a rather puzzled look and said “oh,” and … Continue reading

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Clara Elizabeth Ecomac

Clara Elizabeth Ecomac To is currently in the 8th grade, with the goal of being different than other young women around her. She hopes that the skills and values from school and family will help her achieve this dream goal. … Continue reading

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Blanca Luisa Surec Umul

Blanca Luisa Surec Umul comes from a very hard working family in Tecpan Guatemala. Her father works as a farmer, and her mother weaves “guipiles” to sell. Guipiles are blouses that have flowers, animals and birds woven into the fabric. … Continue reading

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