orange photos Orange is a bold invigorating color suggesting strength, endurance and success. It represents enthusiasm, encouragement and determination. It is the banner of success carried by children released from poverty in Jesus’ name.

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  1. Dana August 25, 2010

    Oh wow – so bright! What beautiful pictures. 🙂

  2. James August 24, 2010

    I like the photomosaics, I have seen white and orange. Still looking for the faces of my little ones. I hope you will do more of these. My first sponsored little one had a pretty blue dress, I think her mom had to hold her just keep her from crying. The happy faces in these photos are so much better than my sponsorship package photo. Keep up the great work. It is appreciated.

    1. Chris Giovagnoni August 25, 2010


      You mention seeing white and orange. This link will take you to the other colors of poverty photo essays you’ve missed: red, blue, green and yellow. And there are definitely more to come. Glad you like them.

  3. Kees Boer August 20, 2010

    It’s also a great color to wear when you have your sponsorship photo taken. It stands out in the child packets. Especially when it is combined with blue, because it are the colors of the Gators.

    There is a little girl named Romina from Viacha, Bolivia. I got her childpacket in to find her a sponsor. Well, one of the children, that are sponsored by my churc’h’s children’s ministry just departed from the program. I suggested that they would sponsor Romina. So, I got to visit with her some this month in Bolivia. I told her that it really helped that she was wearing orange and blue, because it were the colors of the city’s football team. I don’t think she understood, but she was happy that she had a sponsor. You can pray for her. She was a bit sad. The first thing she told me was that her father had passed away. He had passed away a few months ago.

  4. Sherry W. August 20, 2010

    Fantastic. Every photo tells a story.

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