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Tucked away in the countryside near Neyba, Dominican Republic, is a teacher-turned-furniture maker named Guillermo Pineda and his family of five. Guillermo went to school to become an elementary school teacher and started his career in teaching right after college. After many years of teaching, and doing basic furniture repair, Guillermo realized that teaching wouldn't provide enough income to support his growing family. He wanted the best for his wife Dania, and his three children, Danilsa, 16, Melody, 13, and Guillermo Jr, 10.
(Pictured: Keegan giving a school presentation about World Vision)
(Pictured: John Kofi Atabio, Ghana)
If your Dad already seems to have everything, you might be looking for something different — a gift with lasting significance. Consider honoring Dad with a gift that helps another dad: a micro loan.
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At last year's Leadercast, Jacqueline from our Meet the CEO video was able to make a surprise appearance, all the way from Rwanda. She bravely took the stage in front of over 7,000 people and 120,000 others watching via simulcast and was able to share how a loan changed her life.
She paid off her loan in full!
Tripp and Bob taking a break for a photo. Tripp Crosby is a host of Leadercast. You may also recognize him from a recent conference call video.
“I already sold my plasma for you,” six legitimate excuses guys use to get out of Valentine’s Day
First off, congratulations to the Seattle Seahawks for making it all the way to the championship! I owe them an especially big thank-you, because now folks at World Vision get to wear their blue and green gear in the weeks leading up to the big game. It’s like two straight work weeks of Casual Friday, which is the best kind of Friday there is.
Written by Katie Garling, World Vision Supporter
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