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Bryan's Story

Bryan's Story

   Halle Erwin
   14 December 2018

 

"The CarePoint has taught me a lot of things such as the love of God, caring for one another, and loving your brothers." 

When Bryan first came to the CarePoint he just needed food. He shared that "there isn't enough for all of us." Seeing Bryan’s growth over the course of one year is a testament to the vision of seeing Every Child a Whole Child that Children’s Cup supporters make possible.

At the Port Loyola CarePoint in Belize City, Belize, Bryan is one of the most outgoing and friendliest children we know. He lives with his mom and dad in a small bungalow house with three brothers and one sister. He is always full of joy despite there never being enough food for everyone in the home.


Dreaming of one day becoming a member of the Belize Coast Guard, Bryan is passionate about taking care of those around him.  Bryan shares that the CarePoint has thought him respect for others, therefore, he behaves better in class and toward his teacher. When asked to use one word to describe what the CarePoint means to him he said, "Everything." 





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