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Joe Brandi thanks sponsors at Unity 4 Orphans 2022 Wave-A-Thon in San Diego

Wave-A-Thon Highlights: Dedicated Supporters!

Unity 4 Orphans is so thankful for the support that led to a successful fundraiser at our 2nd Annual Wave-A-Thon! The students in our ESL program in Nicaragua are now learning valuable life skills through education and new curriculum in the English language, which will open doors for them in their future.

unity 4 orphans wave-a-thon surf fundraiser

Wave-A-Thon Highlights: Raising Kids to Give Back!

Unity 4 Orphans’ 2nd Annual Wave-A-Thon drew an awesome crowd, raised funds for a great cause, and highlighted families giving back together. We’re thankful for all of our supporters and donors, and especially love to see kids growing up with a charitable worldview!

U4O Mental Health Counselor Greyydyn

Meet U4O’s Mental Health Professional In Nicaragua

Greyddyn is U4O’s child psychologist for our English program in Miramar, Nicaragua. Her role is to care for the psychological health of each child. She says, “My greatest motivator is the results we get to see. That brings me fulfillment and motivates me to believe that we are an agent of change in these kids’ lives.”

Service Trip group going to a Mexican orphanage

Service Trips Offer Unique Team-Building Experiences

Whether for team building within a corporation, a church group, or a collection of friends, Unity 4 Orphans’ day trips to orphanages in Tijuana provide a memorable way for teams to bond with one another and the children we serve.

screens are getting installed on the orphanage in Mexico

Window Screens Matter!

Providing for simple inadequacies that affect children’s lifestyle enables them to do their best in school and more importantly, lets them know that they are valuable and loved.

Amy Beam - web developer for U4O

Meet Amy Beam

Amy is inspired by our mission to lift children out of poverty and help to create equity throughout the world. The people in our organization working together toward a shared goal to love others—and especially children—motivated her to join the team!

Service trip to Mexico with Unity 4 Orphans

National Nonprofit Day

One of the missions of Unity 4 Orphans is to bring awareness to the ways in which people are contributing to the needs of those less fortunate, especially children living in poverty, and we proudly share in National Nonprofit Day!

One Child Living in Poverty

Many of us may not be able to relate to this level of poverty, but we can all relate to how stressors in our environment play a role in our relationships and our ability to make progress. This is the story of one child living in poverty.

Counseling Gives Hope for Brighter Futures

Unity 4 Orphans’ heart for the children we serve calls us to help meet needs for not only their physical health and education, but also their emotional and mental health. With the support of our gracious donors, we have hired psychologists to work with the children in Miramar and Tijuana.

Volunteer Appreciation dinner 2021 at Solterra

Celebrating Our Rockstar Volunteers!

Over a sunny weekend in June we gathered to celebrate our amazing Unity4Orphans team members and volunteers! The outdoor patio at Solterra Winery & Kitchen in Leucadia was a perfect venue, and we enjoyed delicious food and delightful company!

College Conversations in Nicaragua

Unity 4 Orphans staff hosted a meeting for ESL program students in Nicaragua to share their experiences in—and expectations of—university life. Current university students were enthusiastic to guide their younger counterparts and shared admirable goals, like helping their families and communities once they graduate. Their conversations demonstrate our commitment to breaking the cycle of poverty by supporting education and opening career opportunities.

Jose Mauel with group

U4O’s First College Student

A top priority at Unity 4 Orphans is empowering orphaned and vulnerable children through education. We are incredibly proud and encouraged by the achievements of Jose Manuel Sosa, whom we have helped send to Law School.

Volunteer with Siempre Para Los Ninos children

Cuando Regresan?

It’s been a full year since our last service trip to visit the orphanages in Tijuana. As much as it’s been hard for us, during our first trip of 2021 we came to see just how hard it has been on the 33 kids at our partner orphanage in Tijuana.

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