With a small amount of savings, Maria and her mother, also named Maria, fled the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela in search of a better life in the United States.
“You cannot walk around in Venezuela without the fear of getting robbed or persecuted,” Maria, 20, said.
Political turmoil in Venezu…
For two years, Alexus, 27, struggled through difficult challenges. She lived in her car with five children under the age of 10. To stabilize her family, she then moved to a mobile home only to find it infested with rats and plagued with mold.
“I dealt with it for a little while because we had nowh…
Carly, her husband, Omer, and their 17-year-old son fled Venezuela in 2021 to escape danger for speaking out against the country’s tyrannical government. They took a bus to Colombia, then flew to Mexico and crossed the border into the United States to seek asylum.
They were political activist…
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We’re a Finalist in the Victory Cup Initiative!
December 1, 2021
The Mustard Seed is honored to have been chosen a finalist among nine other Central Florida nonprofits for the Victory Cup Initiative!
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