Hello, I am 14 years old, I am the third of 5 sisters.
My story begins when my mother heard that in the God’s Child Project helped widowed and low-income mothers. They provided us the opportunity to study at the Dreamer Center and be able to learn. My dad passed away when I was 8 years old and we were alone with my sisters and mom since I was 12; at that time we were only 4 sisters and we lived in our own house, rented, but it was ours.
My mother was always very hardworking and we hardly saw her since she worked day and night to pay for rent, our studies and food. When my older sister turned 18 she started working too, but she almost didn't help us, she was buying her stuff in order to remove that economic charge from my mom.
Years passed and I continued studying and winning my school years in the Dreamer Center; I always like to study and learn more and more like my younger sister. Years went by and we got used to being only 5 when suddenly my mom started dating again and it was a person that I really don’t like at all, he hits my mom and yelled at us a lot what can I do? She loves him apparentely.
My mother became pregnant with my younger sister in 2018 and it was when we realized that we could no longer study because neither he nor my mother had money to pay for the studies; without God's Child Project, I don't know where would we be.
My mom wasn’t able to pay for the rent anymore and we had to move to my paternal grandmother, I love her very much, but she doesn't like my mother so she doesn't treat her very well. My sister's father does not live with us and only helps my mother for my litle sister expenses, not ours; "We are not his daughters," he says.
The God’s Child Project helped us to continue studying, they were our support angel when we need it most. Now that my little sister is already one year old, my mother is a clothing and makeup catalog vendor and returns with Q50 quetzales sometimes that help our little family survive.
I love animals and I want to become a great veterinary and help the little ones that need us.
And for last I want to acknowledge that without you, the ones that believe in our future and in The God’s Child Project mission we definitely would’t be here.
Thank you for always helping us!