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In 2020, we launched our brand-new, online fundraising platform. We asked Canadians to join us in a goal of raising $100,000 for our COVID-19 relief fund through online fundraisers. And we were blown away by the response—together raising over $105,000! We wanted to introduce you to some of our amazing Canadian fundraisers and give you a peek into the creative ways they set out to bring practical help and hope to children and families in poverty during COVID-19.
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.” […]
We’re finally in the last moments of 2020. There’s no way to know what 2021 holds, but here’s what we do know: in this year of unthinkable need, our supporters, church partners and global Compassion family stepped up and made an impact for children and families living in poverty unlike anything we’ve seen before. WATCH: […]
Ten years ago, we released our first-ever Gifts of Compassion gift guide. Every year, Canadians have responded with overwhelming generosity. Today, we want to pause and celebrate the impact we’ve made together through 10 years of Gifts of Compassion. In 10 years, Gifts of Compassion has raised over $11.5 million, directly impacting 644,553 individuals living […]
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.
Compassion volunteer Andrea shares about her transformative journey of radical compassion and generosity
Fulfilling a dream to do business with a purpose: an interview with Calgary, Alberta’s Brett Wellman, owner of Purpose Realty
Porch visits, Zoom calls and socially distant coffee in parking lots. Connecting with each other during COVID-19 hasn’t been easy. And when it comes to our relationship with our sponsored children, connecting may seem even harder. But though letter deliveries may be slower, the need for your sponsored child to feel your love and support is not! Here are three ways to connect with your sponsored child, even during a global pandemic.
Join us in covering the world in prayer this week.
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.