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Be inspired by stories of reckless faith from around the world. These stories encourage us to keep going, to never give up, until every child is known and loved.
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Back Together, Again

“They’ve forgotten how to be kids.” It was an assessment made by Back2Back’s staff psychologist, Lili, as she and other staff members watched the children and teens reorient themselves recently to the community centers. It has been almost a year since schools were shut down and all students in Cancun transitioned to virtual learning. “They… Read more


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An Honor to Share Their Lives and Home

Back2Back wants children and teens to live in families- either family-style care or if is a healthy and safe option, reunited with extended family. It has been an exciting few months in Mazatlán, as the Foster Care Program has officially kicked off!  Sadie* once lived in a former Back2Back-partner children’s home, but due to a… Read more


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Deposits of Love and Hope

Anna* stood in her red graduation robe before adults and peers who have supported her for many years. She walked shyly to the wooden structure that held the celebration bell and tugged on the attached rope. Clangs echoed off the buildings in a song of triumph. As those gathered cheered loudly, Anna smiled, confident in… Read more






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Fostering Connection One Day at a Time

Maintaining connection between children and families is a top priority for Back2Back staff all over the world. Lockdowns, safely distancing, and potential hiccups with internet connections haven’t always made it easy. However, the staff is not easily kept down. As the holidays approached, the desire to remain connected grew stronger in Cancun, and Jenn Holden,… Read more


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Finding the Joy in Giving

Christmas looked different for the boys at a Monterrey children’s home, but the staff were intent on making sure the celerbations didn’t fall short, even if it was a celebration like they’d never experienced before. The Mexican government mandated the children who stayed in children’s homes following lockdowns were required to stay through the holidays…. Read more



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