Compassion Sponsor eNews

Compassion Sponsor eNews is sent to sponsors every other month. Encouraging stories, videos and pictures fill each of the Compassion Sponsor eNews pages.

September 2015 Sponsor eNews

The Education Key

At Compassion, we believe that education is the key to unlocking a future free from poverty. That’s why sponsored children are provided the means to attend school, as well as the extra support they need to succeed academically.

Two Haitian teens do some electrical work

A Brighter Future Through Skills Training

As a young boy, Clifford wanted to join the local Compassion center to make handicrafts and have fun with his friends. But now, at 17, he has progressed in the sponsorship program to learning valuable vocational skills that enable him to support his large family in Haiti.

A mother holding her infant daughter.

Ana's Second Chance

After a series of traumatic events in her childhood and young teen years, Ana finds help through the Child Survival Program and faith in God in the midst of her life’s greatest struggle: the struggle to keep her baby alive.

A Haitian college student sits against a tree and looks at a video camera

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.

A 6-year old Colombian boy holds up two leg orthotics

Step by Step — Jeremy's Journey Back to Health

A 6-year-old Compassion-sponsored boy in Colombia regains his ability to run and play with his friends when staff at his child development center organize funding to cover medical treatment for a debilitating and painful leg condition.

Compassion graduates

Compassion Roundtable: My Favorite Memories

Recent Compassion graduates share favorite memories of their time in the Child Sponsorship Program.

A young girl holds a sheet of paper in her hands

Encourage Your Child to Succeed

In your next letter, be sure to encourage your sponsored child to stay in school and excel in his or her studies. And if you would like to send a fun, educational worksheet along with your letter, check out the many options on our Pinterest page!