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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 […]
Did you hear? The 2020 Gifts of Compassion gift guide is here! This year, your gifts matter more than ever, as millions of children are pushed deeper into poverty because of the COVID-19 crisis. There are so many great gifts! If you don’t know where start, try one of these favourites. ____ Chickens – $40 “We […]
We’re told to wash our hands to protect ourselves from the virus. But for families in Las Marías, El Salvador who have no water, this kind of protection is a luxury.
The worldwide effort to stop the spread of the COVID-19 virus must involve everyone, but not everyone is equally equipped. Compassion’s church partners in Haiti are facing that reality head on—working hard to serve children and families who don’t have access to the resources needed to navigate this pandemic. A lack of access to clean, […]
During a pandemic, people living in poverty are among the most vulnerable—unevenly impacted by the many social, economic and physical effects of crisis.
What do a musician, a quilter and a Nerf warrior have in common? Their love for Compassion! Come meet 3 of our incredibly creative Canadian volunteers who are using their gifts, talents and passions to release children from poverty.
Compassion’c local church partners are stepping up to support the children and families in our programs during this time.
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.
Three existing aspects of Compassion’s program that equip us well to respond to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Compassion Canada launched its annual Gifts of Compassion catalogue this week with a call for Canadians to make big impact through small but targeted giving.
The campaign which invites Canadians to outlove poverty, is a practical way for Canadians to make substantial impact in the lives of children and their families living in poverty around the world.