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Corporate Fact Sheet

Compassion International is the world’s largest child development organization, committed to releasing children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty.

Global Poverty Fact Sheet

Approximately 1.2 billion people live in extreme poverty, which is defined as living on less than $1.25 (USD) per day.

Child Sponsorship Fact Sheet

The Child Sponsorship Program allows a sponsor to invest in the life of a child (aged 3-22 years) through a monthly financial commitment that provides that child with physical, social, spiritual and economic care and training.

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Child Survival Fact Sheet

The Child Survival Program combats global infant and maternal mortality rates and promotes early childhood development. It's Compassion's earliest intervention within the ministry’s holistic child development model.

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Clean Water Fact Sheet

Ensuring safe water for every Compassion child and his or her family is critical to preserving the integrity and success of Compassion's holistic child development programs.

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Health and Medical Interventions Fact Sheet

Compassion’s health and medical interventions were designed to address imminent health crises to ensure that children continue to progress along Compassion’s holistic child development path.

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Educational Interventions Fact Sheet

Compassion provides additional education and training opportunities, beyond what is received through the Child Sponsorship Program, that challenge and prepare students to further advance their education and escape extreme poverty.

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Disaster Relief Fact Sheet

When natural disasters directly affect Compassion-registered children and their families Compassion tends to immediate needs such as food, shelter and water, as well as critical needs for future development like income generation and infrastructure development.

U.S. Media Contacts
Tim Glenn

(719) 272-5377

Becca Bishop

(719) 272-5109

For all non-media related inquiries, please call (800) 336-7676, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MT.