Seeds of Love
Rating: 5 stars 27 27 reviews
2461 Mosswood Lane Santa Clara CA 95051 USA
Our goal is to raise and educate thoughtful and compassionate future leaders who have excellent critical thinking skills and a commitment to social justice and civic responsibility. At Semillas de Amor our focus is on character building and academic excellence in a creative, safe and nurturing environment.
Extremely poor children who do not have the benefit of family to provide them with a safe place to live, food to eat or an education.
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We are a children's home and school. Our programs include education, art, music and sports.
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As a professional in the adoption field and someone who visited many different children's homes in Guatemala, I believe that Semillas de Amor is a wonderful place for children. Nancy Bailey has been a strong voice of support for the rights of Guatemalan children for many years, and she has a clear understanding of adoption and childrearing in the Guatemalan culture. She has protected so many children by giving them shelter, love, a sense of family, educational opportunities, and the possibility of a brighter future. There was no one that I met in Guatemala in any of the children's homes who was providing the same high standard of care that Nancy Bailey gives to the children of Semillas de Amor. I was astounded at the experiences she was creating for all of the children in: music, art, horseback riding, drama, therapy, and general academics. Semillas de Amor is a welcoming, lean, organized, well-run, nurturing place for children, and I will admire Nancy Bailey and her strength of character forever.
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