When Moving is Coming Home

By CDK President and Co-Founder Drew Vogt

As CdK President, I relocated to Oaxaca, Mexico, Feb. 1st, with one of our Trustees, Jeanne A.  After coming her for orphanage work 8 years in a row, it feels much like coming home. This capital is alive with the hustle and bustle typical of urban centers. It attracts people looking for work and opportunity. Orphans are a part of this mix, sometimes they were unwanted “accidents”, sometimes abandoned by families that cannot feed them, or parents who’ve gone to the USA for a “better life”—without them. Thus the importance of our CdK work for them: Food, shelter, education.