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We help improve the lives of children in India and Cambodia
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Offering new opportunities through education…
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1 € per day can cover the needs of a child
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We help families to take the future of their children into their own hands
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Working in partnership with local NGOs in the field
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Children Are the Future

We are a small non-profit organization made entirely of volunteers who believe that giving every child and young adult education and the opportunity to develop their potential is the key to breaking the vicious circle of poverty. We believe in people-to-people partnerships of solidarity and rely entirely on the generosity of people like you, and the work of reliable partner non-profit organisations in the field to achieve our objectives. Any donation we receive contributes directly to offer a child or young adult a better future.


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25
April2021
Virtual event for the 20th anniversary of Children Are the FutureSunday 25th of April, from 17.00 to 18.00 we invite sponsors, donors and other friends of CAF to celebrate these 20 years of solidarity. We will have the opportunity to meet our local partners in India and Cambodia, beneficiaries of CAF’s support, founders of CAF, current CAF volunteers and other sponsors and donors, and learn with them who are the people behind CAF and celebrate what CAF is about. We will also enjoy the music of CAFILA: Murielle Nsunda (vocals), Baptiste Degryse (piano), Frédéric Williaume (tenor saxophone), Frédéric Renard (drums), Olivier Marneffe (alto saxophone) and Pascal Meurisse (double bass).
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2 months ago

It was really inspiring and touching to share with you the very first virtual event of Children Are the Future on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. We have counted more than 300 connections in total to the event! And this includes connections from our local partners in India and Cambodia, despite the time difference. We also know that children and teenagers benefiting from CAF's support viewed this event from India. For those that could not join on Sunday, you still have the opportunity to view this event on our Youtube channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCtSefqctXM8ejX2fe8KJ7vgWe thank you again for your interest and support. We take the opportunity to remind you of the friendly challenge we launched during the event: 30 new sponsors for our Wellbeing and Education Fund (WELED). We can count on two new sponsors from the last Sunday, but we still need to work to get 28 more! Thanks for spreading the word! You can find attached an explanation about this Fund in case you need more information. childrenarethefuture.eu/what-we-do/wellbeing-and-education-fund/Take care and hopefully see you soon in person. ... See MoreSee Less

It was really inspiring and touching to share with you the very first virtual event of Children Are the Future on the occasion of its 20th anniversary. We have counted more than 300 connections in total to the event! And this includes connections from our local partners in India and Cambodia, despite the time difference. We also know that children and teenagers benefiting from CAFs support viewed this event from India. 

For those that could not join on Sunday, you still have the opportunity to view this event on our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtSefqctXM8ejX2fe8KJ7vg

We thank you again for your interest and support. 

We take the opportunity to remind you of the friendly challenge we launched during the event: 30 new sponsors for our Wellbeing and Education Fund (WELED). We can count on two new sponsors from the last Sunday, but we still need to work to get 28 more! Thanks for spreading the word! You can find attached an explanation about this Fund in case you need more information. 
https://childrenarethefuture.eu/what-we-do/wellbeing-and-education-fund/

Take care and hopefully see you soon in person.

4 months ago

Children are playing a carrom board game at Anbu Home (CET).The game of carrom is a tabletop game of Indian origin. It is an interesting combination of pool and air hockey, but highly accessible as an indoor family game, being compact and portable.The game features a square wooden board with four corner pockets and is played by flicking a “striker” disc with one’s fingers at the target pieces or carrom “men”. The goal of the game is to collect points by sinking the nine carrom “men” of your colour, plus the red “queen” piece, into the pockets before your opponent.The game features square wooden board with four corner pockets and is played by flicking a “striker” disc with one’s fingers at the target pieces or carrom “men”. The goal of the game is to collect points by sinking the nine carrom “men” of your colour, plus the red “queen” piece, into the pockets before your opponent. ... See MoreSee Less

Children are playing a carrom board game at Anbu Home (CET).
The game of carrom is a tabletop game of Indian origin. It is an interesting combination of pool and air hockey, but highly accessible as an indoor family game, being compact and portable.
The game features a square wooden board with four corner pockets and is played by flicking a “striker” disc with one’s fingers at the target pieces or carrom “men”. The goal of the game is to collect points by sinking the nine carrom “men” of your colour, plus the red “queen” piece, into the pockets before your opponent.
The game features square wooden board with four corner pockets and is played by flicking a “striker” disc with one’s fingers at the target pieces or carrom “men”. The goal of the game is to collect points by sinking the nine carrom “men” of your colour, plus the red “queen” piece, into the pockets before your opponent.

5 months ago

Pongal is celebrated in the southern part of India but mainly by people of Tamil Nadu. It is a festival of harvesting for Tamils. Pongal is celebrated to pay a tribute to Sun, for abundant crop yield. It is a festival of thanksgiving to the sun and farm animals for the high yield of crops. ... See MoreSee Less

Celebrating Pongal

5 months ago

Tamil Nadu, India, a newborn brings joy to the children in Anbu Home a few days before Christmas! He is lucky to count with such dedicated caretakers! ... See MoreSee Less

Stories from Tamil Nadu, a newborn brings joy.

6 months ago

The children in the homes run by our partners in India make a very special on-line surprise birthday party for two of CAF volunteers they know well. What a nice Christmas and Birthday present! It warms really the hearts of volunteers to witness how strong bonds are being built between them, CAF's partners and the children. ... See MoreSee Less

The children in the homes run by our partners in India make a very special on-line surprise birthday party for two of CAF volunteers they know well. What a nice Christmas and Birthday present! It warms really the hearts of volunteers to witness how strong bonds are being built between them, CAFs partners and the children.Image attachmentImage attachment

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