Sponsor Sr. Faustina

Boystown, Guadalajara, Mexico

I live in Boystown, La Villa de Los Niños in Guadalara, Mexico where I am the “Sister Mother” for 7th grade boys. I’m originally from a little country village called Aquilpa in the state of Guerrero in Mexico. When I was young it was safe there, unfortunately it is no longer. I come from a large family of nine siblings and my parents were farmers. The economic situation for my parents was never easy; therefore, we learned that hard work was the only way to get ahead. 

I begin my mornings with prayer and eat breakfast with the children. Afterwards I accompany the children to their classrooms. At noon, I go to the kitchen to pick up lunch for my boys, and I distribute lunch among the families of children and serve them, like a mother. When the boys get out of class, they run, play, and most of the time I go outside and play with them too, it is something I enjoy doing. In the evening, we pray the Holy Rosary with the boys and afterwards I supervise study time with them. During that time, I also listen to the boys who want to talk to me and hear their struggles. My day ends at 10:00 PM when all the boys are sleeping.

World Villages for Children is really an act of God, as there are so many children who need help. So many children have received help and are incredibly grateful for being able to change the direction of their life, reaching goals that otherwise would have never been possible, and reaching their dreams. I recall the words Jesus spoke: “What you do for the least of these of my brothers, you do to me, and nothing goes without recompense.”


$39 Feeds one child for one month

$72 Educates one child for one month

$125 Fully sponsors one child for one month

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$1,496 Fully sponsors one child for one year
$49,368 Fully sponsors one family of students for one year (avg. 33 students/family of students)

Sr. Faustina praying with boys

Sr. Faustina with family group

Your support provides

  • Education for students that leads to careers or college
  • Spiritual, physical, emotional, and social care
  • Protection from abuse, neglect, and exploitation
  • A safe place to live and study
  • Three nutritious meals a day
  • Clothing and school materials
  • Clean water
  • Medical care
  • Dental care
  • Vocational training tailored to local industries
  • Spiritual formation and guidance
  • Opportunities to participate in sports, music, and art
  • Hope
  • Help to break the cycle of poverty

You will receive

  • Welcome package with information on the Mother-Sister you are sponsoring and her “family” group of students
  • Periodic updates from your Mother-Sister and information about the children under her loving care
  • Yearly reports from your Mother-Sister
  • Opportunities to send notes of encouragement, prayer requests, and photos to your sponsored Mother-Sister and her “family” group
  • Unparalleled opportunity to partner in serving the poor and changing lives
  • Mission and pilgrimage visits that can be arranged to select locations
  • *Please note: In accordance with our child protection policy all communications go through the WVC office in the U.S. (personal contact information will be redacted)

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The Sisters of Mary

The Sisters of Mary are devoted to helping the poorest of the poor in Asia, Latin America and Africa. The religious order was founded by Aloysius Schwartz, the priest of the poor. The Sisters have been operating charitable programs for more than fifty years serving children with the greatest need who have the greatest potential.