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Want to Peek at How Canadians Outloved Poverty Through Gifts of Compassion 2019?

You raised your hands. You opened your heart. And you loved large.

Raising more than $1.25 million dollars, Canadians rallied together to ensure children in poverty received gifts that were practical, desperately needed and completely life-changing.

date: January 22, 2020
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A mother and daughter sit on the bed and smile at the camera in their one-room home.

The words of an Ethiopian mother that are still echoing in my heart one year later

We’re thrilled to be partnering with Power to Change – Students for their annual P2C PLUS conference. They recently invited us to write a guest post on their blog leading up to the conference. You can read the article below, and be sure to scroll to the end of this post for a special promo […]

date: December 17, 2019
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A hand holding up a peace sign to the sky.

3 perfect gifts for the justice seeker in your life

[4 minute read] How can you make the causes that you and those around you care about part of your gift-giving this Christmas?

date: November 28, 2019
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A young boy, teddy bear in hand, walks toward the Colombian border

If you had to flee your home what would you bring?

This year on Giving Tuesday, help families fleeing the humanitarian crisis in Venezuela experience hope by providing much needed food, medicine and clothes.

date: November 25, 2019
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Children smiling and running in a playground in Kenya.

The rights of children—in photos

{4 minute read} November 2019 is the 30th anniversary of the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child. According to UNICEF, it is the most widely ratified human rights treaty in history, in which world leaders “made a promise to every child to protect and fulfil their rights, by adopting [this] international legal […]

date: November 14, 2019
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Saviour is 50% recovered, but needs your help

To heal completely, little Saviour needs to undergo a second heart surgery. Will you help him thrive again?

date: November 7, 2019
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Estella poses with a heart pinata she made

Meet the girl who’s making piñatas to overcome poverty

In this story: How to fight poverty through entrepreneurship Ways the local church helps overcome physical and spiritual hunger How creativity can lift families from poverty ____ Pinks, reds, oranges and blues—these are the bold and beautiful colours that crowded young Estrella’s head years ago as she sat on her bedroom floor sketching out piñata […]

date: August 15, 2019
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4 ways a cow can empower families after genocide

“My name is Felix and my mother lives with HIV. Life in our home is difficult. When my siblings and I go outside during the day, my mother watches us leave from the doorway. She does not like to go outside. She says she feels ashamed. She tells us she would like to work to […]

date: November 19, 2018
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Cybersex trafficking targeting children in the Philippines

*Warning: This account contains disturbing details of sexual violence.  “How can an abused child praise God the Father, when she was raped by her own father? How can the children thank God when they are being hurt and punched in the face every day? How can they sing songs when their own mothers are taking […]

date: October 18, 2018
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Patanree sits cross legged on the ground with her toys, looking at the camera as the sun beams into their hoe. Her mom sits behind her smiling at her.

For Patnaree, there was no time to waste

The birth of a child should be met with joy, not fear. But when Patnaree entered the world with a stomach deformity, her mother Chernaypaw was terrified. How could she possibly access the medical treatment Patnaree so desperately required? The lead up to the birth of her third child was filled with uncertainty for Chernaypaw. During […]

date: July 16, 2018
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