• Jose Alfredo Avila

      Alfredo came to live at Rancho 3M as a young child. His mom, who is mentally ill and abuses drugs, legally abandoned him after he was diagnosed with Leukemia at the age of four. Alfredo’s father committed suicide when he was a young child. Although his grandmother took custody of him immediately, she brought him to the Ranch after he completed cancer treatment as she was unable to continue caring for him. Alfredo’s grandmother has no living family and is diabetic, selling used clothes on the street to live. Despite her poverty, she visits Alfredo at the Ranch regularly. By God’s grace, Alfredo has survived cancer treatment, and the doctors told us that if he lives five years without the cancer returning he has an 85% chance of living a normal lifespan. However, the trauma Alfredo experienced has affected his mental faculties, making him a slower learner. However, Alfredo is receiving special help from his teachers at Colegio Logsdon, and is progressing well despite his challenges!
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    • Perla Jasmin Luna Felix

      Perla came to live at Rancho 3M with two of her siblings, Dulce and Victor, in the summer of 2015. Her mom brought the children to the Ranch because she works in a factory and doesn’t have anyone to care for them during the day. Perla’s father left her family to be with another woman. Perla is a very active little girl, and enjoys being outside.
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    • Emely Edith Reyes Gallegos

      Emely came to Rancho 3M in the summer of 2016 with four of her siblings. Her mom does not have work, or any place to live. Emely has no father. She also has a speech impediment, although she is usually understandable. Emely is very sweet and enjoys playing with her friends.
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    • Victor David Silva Lopez

      David lives at Rancho 3M and attends school at Colegio Logsdon. David’s mom brought him and his younger brother to the Ranch because she works in a factory and has no one to take care of him during the day. David’s mom is a homosexual, and only visits him twice a year. David has a very outgoing and friendly personality; he loves trying out his English on visitors who come to the Ranch.
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    • Clara Janeth Rodallegas Provencio

      Janeth came to Rancho 3M as a young child. Her mom is mentally ill, and struggles with an addiction to alcohol. Janeth’s father died when she was a child. Janeth came to the Ranch after a social worker told her mom to bring her to a children’s home so that Janeth wouldn’t be on the streets while her mom was drunk. Despite the difficulties of her early childhood, Janeth has grown to be a sweet and very intelligent young lady. She has a quiet, gentle personality, and enjoys being with her friends. Since coming to the Ranch, Janeth has professed faith in Jesus Christ as her Lord and Savior.
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    • Jamil Garcia Gonzalez

      Jamil came to live at Rancho 3M in 2015 with his brother, Jirell. Jamil’s mom is in prison for multiple offences. Jamil has a stepfather, but when his mother went to prison his stepfather did not want to care for him or his brother. Jamil is interested in nature, and has had a wide variety of pets and enjoys helping with the farm animals at the Ranch. Jamil has a sweet nature, and has made friends quickly in the Ranch and at the school.
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    • Emmanuel Esteban Sanchez

      I live in a town called Guadalupe. My dad works in a factory. I like coming to this school very much. I need a scholarship so that my family can afford to send me here to learn.
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    • Cristian Eduardo Caballero Frias

      Cristian lives at Rancho 3M with his brother, Chuy. Cristian’s mom brought the boys to the Ranch because she cannot afford to take care of them at home.
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    • Manuel Roberto Mota Nunez

      Manuel lives in a town called Guadalupe. His mom and dad were killed in front of him during the drug war when he was seven years old. After his parents were murdered, a neighbor took him in and cared for him. They have always wanted to send Manuel to our Christian school but have never been able to afford it.
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    • Hanaly Adriana Flores Sanchez

      I live in a town called Guadalupe with my family. There are four people in my family: my dad, my brother, my mom, and me. My dad works in a clinic here in town. My parents enrolled me in this school because they believed I would receive a better education here, as the teachers here give more individual attention to the students. [Note: Hanaly was considered for a scholarship because she has consistently maintained a very high GPA of 9.8 during her time here]
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    • Fernanda Villareal Saucedo

      I live with my parents, I love them very much. They play with me. I don’t have any brothers or sisters, but I do have lots of cousins. My family doesn’t have money, so I won’t be able to come here without a scholarship.
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    • Heriberto Calderon Gomez

      There are eight people in my family. Three of my siblings are married and live outside the house, but they visit a lot. Note: This family is in need because Heriberto’s dad fell in the shower and received trauma to the head. As a result of the brain damage he is unable to walk and cannot work.
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    • Jose Antonio de Diego Lozano

      I live with my family in a town called Praxedis G. Guerrero. My parents enrolled me in Colegio Logsdon because I learn a lot here and get a better education. My grandparents help to pay for part of my tuition, but I need a scholarship to afford to come here.
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    • Fernando Manuel Mendoza Luevanos

      I live in a town called Barreales with my parents and my grandparents. My dad works in a factory. I would like to receive a scholarship since my family can’t afford to send me to this school without it.
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    • Abdiel Alberto Mendoza Alvarado

      My dad’s name is Alberto, and my mom’s name is Karla. I have two siblings. My dad works in a clinic in Guadalupe, the town where I live. I need a scholarship so that my parents can afford to send me to school here to get a good education.
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    • Aylin Herrera Martinez

      I live with my family in a town called Guadalupe. My mom’s name is Janet, and my dad’s name is Mario. My dad works as a ranch-hand at a livestock ranch. I need a scholarship so that my family can afford this school.
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    • Adan Abel Hernandez Carrillo

      I live in a town called Guadalupe with my parents and two siblings. My dad and my mom both work selling food, they sell gorditos and burritos. I like this school very much. I hope that I can get a scholarship so that I can afford to stay here at this school.
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    • Ilse Rocio Alvillar Gaucin

      I live with my dad, German, and my mom, Rocio, in a town called Guadalupe. My dad works in a factory. I need a scholarship so that my parents can afford to send me to this school where I learn a lot.
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    • Hilda Betsabe Delgado Aguirre

      I live in a small town called Rinconada del Miembre. There are four people in my family: my parents, my brother and me. My brother is mentally ill, but thanks to the Lord we receive help for him from Colegio Logsdon. My parents also both have chronic illnesses. My dad works when he is well enough to. He is the only person who can work in my family, so we have trouble financially. I need a scholarship so that I can come to this school because I wouldn’t get as good of an education in any other school.
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    • Paulina Rangel Hernandez

      I live with my parents in a small town called Caseta. I have two siblings. My dad works fixing cars. A scholarship would help me to be able to come to this school.
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    • Julieta Lozano Villa

      I live at my grandparents’ house with my mom and my stepfather. There are six people in my family: my parents, me and my twin sister, and my two other siblings. My mom and my stepfather both work in factories to send us to this school where we learn more, but they don’t earn a lot of money. I would like to receive a scholarship so that I can continue attending this school.
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    • Genesis Valenzuela Rodriguez

      I live in a town called La Reforma with my mom and my dad. My dad works as a ranch-hand. I like this school very much, and if I receive a scholarship I can continue coming to this school.
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    • Violeta Lozano Villa

      I live with my grandparents at their house with my mom, my stepfather, and my siblings because my mom and my dad divorced when I was five. I don’t know my dad because I haven’t seen him since then. My mom and my stepfather both work in factories. I have a twin sister, Julieta, and two other siblings from different fathers. I need a scholarship to come to this school because my mom doesn’t make enough in the factory for me to continue coming here.
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    • Lucero Abigail Barreno Saucedo

      I enjoy coming to this school because we learn a lot and we paint in class. I like this kindergarten, but my mom can’t afford to bring me here. With a scholarship, I could keep coming to this school to be with my friends.
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    • Jonathan Misael Rivas Aguirre

      I really like being in this kindergarten, I have lots of friends in my class. I am very happy to come to this school. With the help of a scholarship, I will be able to continue attending this school.
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    • Fernanda Renteria Valenzuia

      I live in a town outside Guadalupe called La Reforma. My dad works as a garbage man and my mom cleans houses. I have ADD, and was given the wrong medicine, which made me lose my hearing. I would really like to continue to attend school here with the scholarship.
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    • Sarahi Barraza Lopez

      Sarahi came to Rancho 3M in the summer of 2016 after aging out of the state’s baby home. She became a ward of the state after she was removed from the custody of her mother, who was a drug addict. Sarahi has no father or siblings. While she comes from a broken background, and still displays signs of neglect, she is hearing the Good News of Jesus Christ every day at Rancho 3M and Colegio Logsdon.
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    • Abraham Delgado Cereceres

      Abraham came to Rancho 3M in the summer of 2016 to live with his two brothers, Jaciel and Jaxel. His mom is homosexual and he has no involved father. His grandparents used to take care of Abraham and his brothers, but became unable to care for them as they are aged and sickly. His mom also is unable to care for the boys, as she works in a factory and has no one to watch the boys while she works. Abraham has made friends quickly at the Ranch, and enjoys playing on the swings
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    • Arely Yamileth Mendoza

      Arely came to Rancho 3M in the spring of 2015 with her two sisters. She became a ward of the state after she and her sisters were removed from the custody of her mother, who was neglectful.
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    • Joselin Alejandra Flores

      Joselin came to Rancho 3M in the summer of 2016 with her sister. She became a ward of the state after she and her sister were removed from the custody of her mother, who was a drug addict.
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    • Ian Gamaliel Reyes

      Ian is the son of Teo and Lety Reyes, who grew up at Rancho 3M and are now the principal of Colegio Logsdon and the manager of Rancho 3M respectively. Ian lives at Rancho 3M with his parents and his four sisters. He enjoys playing with puzzles and legos.
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    • Camila Fernanda Santillan

      Camila came to Rancho 3M when she was two years old. She became a ward of the state after she was removed from her mother’s custody, who neglected her. Although she has no biological relatives, she thinks of the staff and children at Rancho 3M as her family. Camila has a very joyful attitude, and enjoys interacting with her friends at school.
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    • Aislinn Pixta Reyes

      Aislinn is the daughter of the middle-school math teacher, Alvarado. He grew up in Rancho 3M where he accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior, and now is pastoring a small church in an impoverished area of Juarez, a large city nearby. Aislinn is a very energetic little girl, and enjoys playing on the school’s playground with her friends.
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    • Luz Adriana Flores Ortiz

      Luz came to Rancho 3M in the summer of 2016 with her younger sister. Luz became a ward of the state after she and her sister were removed from the care of her mother, who was a drug addict. The identity of her father is unknown.
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    • Jaciel Natanael Hernandez Delgado

      Personal Bio: Jaciel has lived in Rancho 3M since he was four years old. He has two siblings, Jaxel and Abraham, who also live at the Ranch with him. His mom is homosexual and he has no father. His grandparents used to take care of Jaciel and his brothers, but became unable to care for them as they are older and ill frequently. His mom also is unable to care for the boys, as she works in a factory and has no one to watch the boys while she works.
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