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Lack of access to clean water remains a major issue around the world. Globally, 785 million still people lack even a basic source of drinking water.
Meet Cres and Sheryl. They are a vibrant married couple from the north of Manila, Philippines. They are parents to three young children—Caleb, Sofia and Cian. Cres runs a small printing press business from home, and Sheryl works as a Child Development Worker at the local Compassion centre. Their life might seem quite typical from […]
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It was news that no mother ever wants to receive. “Your child has lymphoma and leukemia.”
Oosamai’s family used to move to find work wherever they could. Thanks to the support of a local Compassion centre in Thailand, they’re now settled and his sons are attending school consistently for the first time, empowering them for a different, sustainable future.
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.
Poverty puts children at a higher risk of being trafficked. That’s why releasing children from poverty is key to preventing human trafficking—and that is exactly what child sponsorship does.
2019 was an incredible year in many ways for Compassion Canada! Because of our supporters, we were able to see more children and families empowered to break the chains of poverty and oppression. From providing shelter for refugees to giving a family of triplets a brand new home, you served those around the world in creative ways. Take a look at some good news stories from 2019 illustrated by us, just for you!
How and where we spend our money matters. What would it look like if this Christmas, we chose radical generosity instead of habitual consumption?
Amnivabol is a teenager from the southern Philippines. She and her friends live simply in their town— far from shopping malls and a strong internet connection, unlike many other kids their age. But though they’re half a world away, their lives aren’t much different than the typical teenager here in Canada.