A slender 12-year-old girl cradles her toddler brother in her arms, cooing and rocking slowly back and forth. Her dark saucer eyes speak volumes of tear-filled nights and unfilled stomachs. AIDS has cruelly snatched the life of their mother, their father — she is his only family and he is hers. A child herself, she must now care for her brother… she must find hope.

As we look into their faces we instantly feel that sense of urgency…and an even greater sense of joy knowing we can provide a tomorrow worth hoping for. It is within our reach. And the result: eternally life-altering.