Poverty can be an overwhelming problem, especially when it affects children. Although many times it's the adults that get the spotlight in advocacy efforts, all too often children and poverty are an even more serious issue. But there is hope! With the proper information and tools, you can make a difference for children and poverty that affects them.
We have tons of resources to help educate and equip you to make a big impact on children and poverty. There are so many ways to get involved ... learn the facts, take quizzes, download screensavers and posters, get free bumper stickers and much more. You can even download sermon outlines to help you share the message with others.
Join us in our efforts to make sure children and poverty have nothing to do with each other.
Every time you tell the Compassion story, children can benefit. That's why we've made it easy to spread the word about what we're doing - and how much children in poverty need help.
Help spread the word about Compassion's ministry to children in need. Get a variety of resources such as a screensavers, videos, posters, web banners, wallpaper and more.
© 2015 Compassion International. All Rights Reserved | (800) 336-7676
Privacy Statement and Conditions of Use | Full Disclosure Statement
Compassion International, Inc. is a registered 501 (c)(3) non profit organization.
All donations in the United States are tax-deductible in full or part.
We're here to serve you. See the many ways to reach us or choose from the three options below to contact us online:
Community-Powered Support Network
Forgot your password?
If this is your first time logging in:
Click here to set up your account
A trustworthy organization since 1952
"I would like my baby to study and to dedicate her life to God."
Compassion has been a trusted charity since 1952.
Numerous financial accountability groups and accrediting agencies have recognized Compassion for superior integrity.
"Partnering with God to raise up a leader in El Salvador
has been one of my greatest joys." -- Brianne
Your donation to the Where Most Needed fund will help Compassion better serve children in extreme poverty.
"Thanks for fixing my heart!" - Fatao, a Compassion-assisted child from Burkina Faso