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We could all probably use an inspiring quote as we welcome this new year. We’ve created these graphics just for you—to download and share, and to inspire you as we continue fighting poverty in Jesus’ name. Which one is your favourite? ____ 1. “But let justice roll on like river, righteousness like a never-failing stream.” […]
If you sponsor a child, you’ve probably noticed some updates this fall. The most obvious one: Compassion has stopped sharing children’s full names. It’s part of our ongoing efforts to protect child privacy in a digital world. We’re living in the Information Age, and we all know that information can be used for bad or good purposes. […]
November 19th is World Toilet Day, a day that celebrates toilets and raises awareness of the 4.2 billion people living without access to safe sanitation. It’s about taking action to tackle the global sanitation crisis and achieve Sustainable Development Goal 6: water and sanitation for all by 2030. A large part of Compassion’s work is partnering with churches […]
COVID-19 may have changed how we do what we do, but it has not changed who we are. That’s why we’ve launched a new, online fundraising tool to help you use your unique gifts, talents and platform to creatively fundraise for children and families in need of practical help and hope during COVID-19.
2020 has been tough, but this Thanksgiving, we are choosing to be grateful for the amazing things God’s done through Compassion this year!
The online sexual exploitation of children around the world is nothing new. But in the wake of COVID-19, this dark reality has worsened. Through cheap internet connections, abuse is inflicted on children at the commission and direction of predators from all over the world, with the most prolific customers in Canada, the United States and Australia. But how does a pandemic make such a darkness even darker? And who is there to protect the vulnerable?
Mamaway clenches her eyes tight, buries her head in her knees and imagines she is back home again: Small and fragile, she can almost feel the dewy air in her lungs—a gift from the deep green trees that surrounded her very first home. She brushes her fingers against the ground beneath her and remembers the […]
Meet playful Selinah, deep thinker Grace and science whiz Yona—three young people with dreams and determination who also have albinism. Albinism is rare genetic condition that reduces the amount of melanin formed in the skin, hair and eyes, and can create serious health and social challenges. Yet this trio hopes you will see how they […]
From free at-home VBS content and kid’s magazines to wilderness scavenger hunts and gratitude walks. We’ve got you covered for family-friendly, faith-building and free summer activities to make the most of your summer in quarantine outdoors. Take a look!
As Christ-followers, we hold close to our hearts the call to be people of compassion and love. And even though we are in isolation, and our methods may need to change, the call still remains. Some days it can be difficult and even discouraging to mourn the ways we used to be able to serve […]