Our Stories

Thank you for digging deeper into what we do. Stories abound at CSC. You can read them here in our staff blog, in some special stories of our children and in testimonials, videos and pictures.

Staff Blog Post: "Kasama"

By: Kirby Stoll

Kasama is a word in Tagalog that has many meanings, depending on how the word is used in a sentence. As a noun, kasama means "companion, housemate, associate". As a verb, it means "to be together". As an adjective, kasama means "together with, accompanied with, staying with". You can see kasama   […]   Read More »

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One Child’s Story: Why Did God Make Me Ugly?

Sometimes kids ask very difficult questions. Our CSC children are no exceptions. One of our girls came to CSC from a situation of desperate poverty. Both her parents had died. She had suffered from a severe abscess in her jaw area that affected the jaw bone, and caused muscle and tissue   […]   Read More »

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Testimonial:

We feel so very grateful to God for the work you all do and are honored to be a part of it!

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