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Links to How Shana went from hating math to becoming our Director of Finance

How Shana went from hating math to becoming our Director of Finance

When Shana was 15, she was in an accounting course that she absolutely despised. As a young girl schooling in Zimbabwe, accounting was the one hurdle it seemed she couldn’t overcome. After multiple attempts at trying to pull up her grades, she only felt increasingly discouraged and unmotivated. Not too long before her exams were […]

date: June 29, 2022
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Links to Resilience and impact: Celebrating Asian Heritage Month

Resilience and impact: Celebrating Asian Heritage Month

I have been Asian for over 25 years. In the many different seasons of my life, navigating my Asian identity has looked different as I’ve also fit the pieces together of my identity as a woman, Canadian, writer, daughter… and ultimately as a follower of Jesus. This most recent season has been a particularly striking […]

date: May 11, 2022
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Links to Top 10 things I’ve learned in my first three months at Compassion Canada

Top 10 things I’ve learned in my first three months at Compassion Canada

In December I was hired by Compassion Canada as a Content Specialist and was quickly immersed into an exciting world of justice, love and a cross-cultural mission of setting kids free from poverty in Jesus’ name! Here is a list of a few things I’ve learned as a newbie in this dynamic organization. 1. “Work […]

date: March 3, 2022
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Links to Why Compassion is a great place to work

Why Compassion is a great place to work

Passion. Joy. Meaning. Growth. Camaraderie. Fulfilment. These are all words that rise to the surface when we think about a workplace we will love. We want to be passionate about what we do every day. We want it to be a life-giving space that holds significant meaning for us. We want to grow alongside others […]

date: February 24, 2022
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Links to Black History Month: What the early African Church can teach us about theology, faith and generosity

Black History Month: What the early African Church can teach us about theology, faith and generosity

As a Black Christian woman, reconciling my faith with the painful not-so-distant history of colonization, slavery and oppression of Africans all supposedly in Jesus’ name, has not been easy to do growing up. For many of my Black brothers and sisters in Christ, the history of Christianity and racism can be even harder to bear […]

date: February 11, 2022
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Links to On the frontlines: Meet Compassion centre  directors

On the frontlines: Meet Compassion centre directors

Compassion centre directors are the nurturers who have seen firsthand how love and connection can help children develop holistically as God intended. Chosen by their local community, centre directors have the responsibility to manage a team of dedicated staff, and together ensure that they know, love, and connect with between 150 and 250 Compassion-assisted children.  Almost 220 children are registered to a Compassion centre, on average, in Bangladesh since Compassion began its work in the country […]

date: October 29, 2021
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Links to Being anxious for nothing

Being anxious for nothing

The first-person story and encouragement below are offered by Compassion International’s President and CEO, Santiago “Jimmy” Mellado. It was originally published by Compassion International. ____ Anxiety. It’s something that many of us have experienced in our lives—and perhaps especially over the past year. It’s something that children in poverty—and their caregivers, too—are forced to face […]

date: October 8, 2021
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Links to Parenting in the pandemic: 3 Compassion staff share their perspectives

Parenting in the pandemic: 3 Compassion staff share their perspectives

“Children are a heritage from the Lord; they are a reward from him.” – Psalm 127:3 Parenting during the pandemic is a strenuous role yet it is also filled with joy and snuggly hugs. We connected with three Compassion Canada staff who are parents to walk us through their perspectives on parenting during this season. […]

date: July 14, 2021
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Links to Meet our people: 10 questions with Compassion staff across Canada

Meet our people: 10 questions with Compassion staff across Canada

From coast to coast and many different walks of life, our staff across Canada share a passion for seeing children released from poverty in Jesus’ name. Whether it’s answering supporters’ live chats, emails and phone calls, processing donations, writing a blog post, managing a project or connecting with a volunteer, we know the things we do […]

date: April 6, 2021
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Links to An International Women’s Day conversation with Allison Alley and Clare Steele

An International Women’s Day conversation with Allison Alley and Clare Steele

To mark International Women’s Day, Compassion Canada’s President and CEO, Allison Alley, and Compassion Australia’s CEO, Clare Steele, connected for a live conversation about the current challenges faced by women living in poverty and how we can respond. Watch the recording of their conversation below! In this livestream, Clare and Allison discuss: The stories of […]

date: March 10, 2021
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