E-Mail Messages

E-mail your family, friends, coworkers or professors to help them understand your passion for speaking up for children in poverty. Copy. Paste. Edit. Send.

E-Mail Messages
Email a Friend or Teacher

E-mail your family, friends, coworkers or professors to help them understand your passion for speaking up for children in poverty. Copy. Paste. Edit. Send.

E-mail a friend (long)

Hey there!

I was looking at some stuff online today and I came across all this great information on Compassion International's Web site about children in poverty. Check it out at compassion.com/youcan. For instance, did you know that every 14 seconds a child is orphaned by AIDS? That means that before you finish reading this e-mail another child will be without a father or a mother. Scary!

There is information about the needs of children in poverty and how we can help them. They have a great section called Ways to Get Involved that gives lots of practical ideas of things we can do. We can actually make a difference!

They also have these neat interactive features like maps and quizzes where you can see how much you know about HIV/AIDS and poverty. They will even tell you how well you did compared with others.

Anyway, I thought you might want to check it out.  

E-mail a friend (short)

Hi!

I was online and came across this cool stuff on compassion.com/youcan. It's all about issues affecting children in poverty and how we can make a difference. It talks about things like how 30,000 children under age 5 die every day from preventable causes, the issues facing children affected by HIV/AIDS, and lots more. You should definitely check it out!  

E-mail your teacher or professor

Professor <Name>:

I came across some great information and resources on children in poverty and thought you might be interested in finding out more about the issues affecting children in developing countries.

Children suffering from poverty is an issue I'm very passionate about, and I'm sure there are many other students who feel the same way I do.

The Web site is compassion.com/youcan if you would like to take a look. They have helpful statistics and information about issues like HIV/AIDS, economy, health, child labor and some really cool interactive features.

Your student,
(Your name here)