Archived News Releases

Archived News Releases

  • Student Cyclists Ride Across the U.S. to Help Children in Poverty Through Compassion International

    Jun 03, 2011

    A senior and graduate of Corban University in Salem, Ore., have big plans this summer as they prepare to bike across the United States  to raise thousands of dollars for children in poverty in Guatemala through Compassion International, the world's largest Christian child development and sponsorship organization.

  • NFL Pro Bowler Aaron Kampman Scores Off the Field - Fueled by Faith

    Jun 02, 2011

    Many NFL players are ill-equipped to live outside the glare of the spotlight, leaving 78 percent bankrupt, unemployed or divorced within two years of retirement.* But NFL Pro Bowler Aaron Kampman knows what it means not to be judged by his total number of tackles or QB sacks.

  • Compassion International Believes Country Music fans Will "Respond with Compassion"

    Jun 01, 2011

    One of the world’s leading charitable organizations – Compassion International - is counting on Country fans to help build a better world for children.  The organization will sponsor two major country music festivals this summer; the Country Stampede in Manhattan, Kan., and the Rapids Jam Music Festival in Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

  • Compassion International Announced as a Winner of Top 10 Corporate Blog Sites

    May 24, 2011

    Compassion International, the world's largest Christian child development and sponsorship organization, has been announced by Social Fresh as a winner of their Top 10 Corporate Blog Awards, ranking third on the list.

    Earlier this month, Social Fresh, a social media education company, had selected 29 finalists from over 150 company blogs that were nominated by the Social Fresh community. The 29 finalists included Disney Parks, Playstation, Southwest Airlines, Time Warner Cable, and Whole Foods.

  • NetHope Welcomes Compassion International as its 32nd Member

    May 13, 2011

    NetHope, a unique collaboration of the world's leading international humanitarian organizations working together to solve common problems in the developing world with Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions, today welcomed its 32nd member organization, Compassion International—a Christian child development organization dedicated to releasing children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty

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