For many of our kids at Casa Chapi, home life is unstable. That’s true for Frank. He is in his 4th year of secondary school in Arequipa, and like most teenage boys he loves football, athletics, and noodles for dinner. Unfortunately his mother is a widow, and he doesn’t have family members who will care for him. Casa Chapi is is making it possible for him to finish high school, unlike 90% of kids from the rural highlands of Peru.
Frank likes history, communication and science in school and would like to go to university to become a scientist or a lawyer. His future has been by changed because of your generosity to him, so he will be able to change the future for others.