Sometimes words just aren't enough to convey the incredible stories of children in poverty and those who fight on their behalf.
Good Tidings of Great Joy
This Christmas, we celebrate the 158,030 Compassion-assisted children who accepted Christ in 2015.
You Thought Your Christmas Card Photos Were Hard to Capture!
Imagine what it's like to get 60 kids to say "cheese" as they take their child packet photos!
Two Mothers, Two Worlds, One Heart
On the surface, it would seem that an expectant mother in Togo would have little in common with Katy, a first-time mother in Colorado.
When I Grow Up
Compassion-assisted children are not only encouraged to have dreams for the future, but also to work toward achieving them.
From the Heart
Parents of Compassion-assisted toddlers express their gratitude for the blessings they have received.
Fighting for Her Future
When Lalitha’s father decided to stop her education and force her to marry at a young age, she stood her ground and fought for her rights.
What is Poverty?
Poverty is an opportunity to provide an opportunity. It's an opportunity to free a child from a life sentenced to marginalization.
Poverty Color Wheel
Our "poverty color wheel" vividly illustrates that the presence of poverty doesn't mean dignity is absent.