How can we celebrate our Compassion children?

We love to celebrate the special people in our lives—our spouses and children, our friends and family—not just for their achievements, but who they are.

But how can we celebrate our Compassion children in the same way?

Watch as Averil Shadd shares how giving a monetary birthday gift allows her to celebrate her Compassion child for who God has made him to be:

“…Birthdays are a chance to …say, “God has created you just the way you are, and we want to celebrate you.'”

Monetary gifts are a meaningful way to build your relationship with your Compassion child. Through these optional gifts, you can bless your child, provide for special needs and celebrate special events and achievements. Here is a bit more information about the kinds of gifts you can give:

Birthday gift. A gift that provides your Compassion child with a special age appropriate present that will be identified by his or her family and centre staff.

Child gift. A gift used to meet specific needs that will be identified by your child’s family and centre staff.

Family gift. A gift used to meet specific needs of the whole family, including your child’s siblings.

Centre gift. A gift that helps your child’s child development centre provide a greater experience for all the children they serve.

Graduation gift. A one-time gift intended to show your child how proud you are of his or her accomplishments.

Give a gift today!

Written by: Aaron Armstrong

Aaron is the author of several books, including Awaiting a Savior: The Gospel, the New Creation and the End of Poverty.