The onset of COVID-19 led to tons of changes at Intercambio and beyond! We are so excited to share what Intercambio has been up to these past few months. Click below to see the Fall 2020 Community Journal.
Moving to a new home can feel like starting over. There is isolation from not knowing anyone. There is an overwhelming feeling of not knowing the neighborhood. There is that annoying feeling that you should know where the grocery store is but don’t. It’s enough to leave a person feeling lonely and longing for connection and […]
The wave of emotions that comes with expecting your first child is unlike any other. You feel joy and anxiety, excitement, and nervousness. You know life will change forever when your little one enters the world. Now, imagine having those feelings – and living in a country where you don’t speak the native language. Imagine […]
It was the perfect match of ability and passion… Then COVID-19 hit. Tara, a former public school teacher and volunteer here at Intercambio, loved her service in the community. But when the coronavirus hit, all Intercambio’s classes came to a standstill. She wondered, could she still teach? But, thanks to your kind support, Tara reports: […]
“It’s every parent’s nightmare: Imagine your baby starts to have a seizure in your arms. You call 911 for help, but you can’t communicate what’s happening to the person on the line.” (Click to read more)
Alex Acosta: In 2001 he began taking English classes with Intercambio Uniting Communities, and from 2004 until present he has worked with the same Intercambio teacher who comes to his home once a week. His family and his teacher’s family are like one big family now, and Alex has used his improved English to become […]