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Blue Jays, baseball fields and building Bautista

How one Compassion sponsor is helping to build a baseball field! Each year, Lea Patterson from Grande Prairie, Alberta, likes to choose a gift from Compassion’s gift guide to support. Usually, she chooses something relatively small that she can afford on her own, like a goat or a toilet. But last year, she heard about […]

date: November 2, 2015
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See how Compassion’s gift guide helped this girl become a nurse!

Each year, our supporters are making a huge difference through our yearly gift guide. Two years ago, Canadians generously gave to help students in India study nursing. Meet one of the students whose life is forever changed because of that simple gift: Hunched over on a street corner, Ramu spent his days under the hot […]

date: October 22, 2015
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Little doctors spread knowledge to remote villages

Our supporters have spread so much good through our yearly gift guide. Here’s the impact of a project you funded two years ago through the gift guide. (Check out the projects you can support this year!)   One of Compassion’s church partners in Chhattisgarh, India, is situated deep inside a forest and surrounded by mountains. […]

date: October 19, 2015
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The Water Guardians

Children in the Thai village of Huay Kom used to explore the lush jungle around them. They readily helped their parents with house chores. They explored their surroundings—a community once surrounded by forested hills and the echoing calls of wildlife. But times are changing. Huay Khom, now only half an hour from a large city, […]

date: October 16, 2015
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Growing together

Hi, my name is Borisut and I’m seven years old. Welcome to my family’s garden! I live with my family in a country called Thailand, far away from the big cities. My grandparents used to plant all their vegetables by themselves, but by the time I was born people from the city had built roads all […]

date: October 16, 2015
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When I grow up…

Each year, we have been so blessed by our supporters’ generosity through our annual gift guide. Last year, you made sure infants in Uganda got vaccinated, you built a playground in Ethiopia and you helped moms in Ecuador start animal-breeding businesses! Compassion makes sure that so many different needs in a child’s life are met […]

date: October 14, 2015
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I’m a girl, but I have dreams.

Today is the International Day of the Girl Child, a day to promote the rights of girls and speak out against the injustices they face. Many girls around the world aren’t able to dream or plan for their future because they are denied education and married off young. But Compassion’s church partners around the world […]

date: October 11, 2015
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Glory and poverty

I look out the bus and to my left, I see the ocean flash its shades of turquoise and blue. On my right, lush, green hills. Glory. Absolute, beautiful glory. I imagine the Garden of Eden couldn’t have looked much different than Haiti. Then the pristine landscape is interrupted by shacks and dirt. Mounds of […]

date: October 8, 2015
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A tribute to tutors

Everyone remembers their favourite teacher. Aside from our parents, teachers are the adults we spend the most time with from a very young age. We may only have a teacher for one school year, but we remember the ones who invest in us, who help us to learn, dream and prepare for the future. Teachers can have a […]

date: October 5, 2015
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Bringing gifts: blessing your Compassion child

You’re off to meet your Compassion child! But what gifts should you bring? Along with your presence, any gift you bring will become a prized possession. Here are some ideas: Toys & activities Give a soccer ball and pump—your child will become the community hero! Art activities will be fun to do with your child, and […]

date: September 30, 2015
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