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New podcast episode: What happens after an earthquake hits Haiti?
On August 14, 2021, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake struck the southwestern part of Haiti. Compassion Canada’s President and CEO, Allison Alley, and Compassion International’s Vice President of the Latin America and Caribbean Region, Edouard Lassegue, recently joined host Shelaine Strom on the Ending Poverty Together Podcast to talk about what long-term recovery and development looks […]
The Philippines: Super Typhoon Rai updates
The Philippines is prone to environmental disasters. Recently, the storms have been stronger and more unpredictable. Rai was the 15th typhoon to strike the country this year and is one of the strongest typhoons known to have ever hit the Philippines. Four million people in 400 cities have been affected by this disaster. Super Typhoon […]
Compassion Canada named one of Canada’s Top 100 Charities for 2021
Compassion Canada has once again been named one of Canada’s Top 100 Rated Charities by Charity Intelligence, based on financial integrity and demonstrated impact. Charity Intelligence notes that its approach to this annual list is to look “behind the gloss, at a charity’s results, costs and impact” so that Canadians can give with confidence. “We […]
Kirk Franklin re-releases “Lean on Me” with The Compassion Youth Choir
Get the song ____ Following an early 2020 trip with Compassion to the Dominican Republic, Grammy-winning gospel artist Kirk Franklin felt God telling him to use his musical talents to inspire and encourage youth around the world. WATCH: Kirk shares why he chose to get involved with The Compassion Youth Choir. In late 2020, Kirk […]
COVID-19, compassion and hope: An interview with Allison Alley
Compassion Canada President and CEO Allison Alley recently sat down with the Ending Poverty Together Podcast to talk about the impact of COVID-19 on children living in poverty and what Compassion has done to address the crisis.
Lessons in leadership during the pandemic: An interview with Allison Alley
Allison Alley recently joined the Leading with Nice podcast to talk about leadership during the global pandemic and why it’s important to work collaboratively and compassionately in challenging times.
Compassion achieves globally recognized certification in child protection
Compassion International has achieved Level One Certification from Keeping Children Safe (KCS), an internationally recognized child safeguarding organization. In this article, we outline the process and our commitment to protecting the children we serve.
Compassion Canada named one of Canada’s Highest Rated Charities
Compassion Canada was named one of Canada’s Top 100 Rated Charities for 2020, and one of the highest rated charities on Charity Intelligence’s International Aid list.
Providing survival and stability as COVID-19 spreads
Compassion Canada’s Executive Director of Partner Relations, Jamie MacIntosh, recently joined the Word Made Digital podcast with Joanna la Fleur to discuss Compassion’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and why unity among organizations is so critical during this unprecedented time.
Compassion student’s sign language cover of Fight Song goes viral
Like many of us, Compassion-sponsored student Christine is trying to make the most of her time in quarantine. For the 20-year-old university student studying special education, that means lots of practice for her sign language class. “We learn basic sign language in school, and now in the midst of this crisis, I am learning more […]