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Let’s face it—money matters. And when it comes to where you invest it, you want to be completely confident. Giving to charities is no different. Like you, we at Compassion value transparency and responsibility. So, we’re answering some of your most practical and burning questions when it comes to all things money.
It’s been ten years since the 7.0 magnitude earthquake in Haiti changed the fabric of the country forever. And though survivors still bear scars of the traumatic event, they face the future with fierce hope and steady support.
2019 was an incredible year in many ways for Compassion Canada! Because of our supporters, we were able to see more children and families empowered to break the chains of poverty and oppression. From providing shelter for refugees to giving a family of triplets a brand new home, you served those around the world in creative ways. Take a look at some good news stories from 2019 illustrated by us, just for you!
Compassion Canada is offering the one-of-a-kind experience to highlight the transformational work of child sponsorship at One Conference in Edmonton this January. During the immersive VR experience, participants will walk with Antonia, a mother of two daughters, who prays for relief from her family’s poverty.
At Compassion Canada, Giving Tuesday was never about a number. It was about showing God’s love in a very practical way to people with very urgent needs. The generous gifts given by our supporters will provide much-needed shelter, food, medicine, and sanitation for Venezuelan refugee families arriving at the Colombian border each day–3,000 people today alone.
Today is International Volunteer Day, and as we enter the Christmas season it is a perfect time to recognize the incredible volunteers who support the work of Compassion Canada all around the country.
This year on Giving Tuesday, help families fleeing the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela experience hope by providing much needed food, medicine and clothes.
Compassion Canada launched its annual Gifts of Compassion catalogue this week with a call for Canadians to make big impact through small but targeted giving.
The campaign which invites Canadians to outlove poverty, is a practical way for Canadians to make substantial impact in the lives of children and their families living in poverty around the world.
[5 minute read] On October 25, the Compassion family gathered to mark a significant milestone in Compassion Canada’s history.
Compassion Canada was named by Maclean’s magazine as one of Canada’s Best Charities in 2020.
The list, vetted and released each year by the magazine, is compiled to help Canadians “make smarter, more effective decisions about charitable giving,” especially in the lead up to the Christmas giving season.