BELTON — Guinsley’s mother died when he was 5 years old. Living in Haiti, the young boy depended on his father to care for him. However, living in a Third-World country meant Guinsley, who goes by only one name, had many challenges to overcome in his everyday life.
“In order for him to have a change of (lifestyle) when poverty is really bad, we provided him a full education and loving caretakers to guide and raise him,” said Jeff Pedigo, director of communications for Hope for the Hungry.
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