Are you trying to raise children who are compassionate and caring? Try teaching with poverty in mind. Our children’s magazine will teach kids about poverty and how they can help fight the issue around the world.
Your children will learn from kids who are living in poverty and those who have visited countries where poverty is prevalent.
This magazine will give you hands-on resources to teach kids about poverty and how children live around the world. The activities are fun and life-changing. Children will learn the reality of poverty in the world today and gain a new appreciation for their circumstances. It will help you teach with poverty in mind.
See how 12-year-old Isabella affords to sponsor two children.
Meet Isabella >
Eleven-year-old Anna speaks up to help children in need.
Meet Anna >
Jane, Byron and Taylor think up a creative way to help children in poverty.
Find out how >
Matthew sends money and encouragement to Typhoon Haiyan survivors.
Meet Matthew >
To get clean water to kids, Katelyn gives talent, time and toys.
Read more >
When these kids aren't in class, they can often be found raising money to help people in poverty.
Makela Dew, a 10-year-old Canadian girl, got to visit her sponsored child in the Dominican Republic!
Nate Hunter gets creative to help his friends in Africa — and he wants your help.
Create a Dude now >
Don't let her sweet smile fool you. Olivia is a fighter — against malaria.
Find out how a 7-year-old is fighting malaria >
Read about one family with a heart for special needs.
Read this inspirational story >
Kids make a big difference when they act on their ideas.
Saara’s Cooking Camp teaches kids how to cook and help others.
Find out how kids raised money to help people living in poverty!
Siblings learn important lessons during a family trip to the Dominican Republic.
How 12-year-old Elise is making a difference in other children's lives.
Read Elise's story >
Find out why two siblings in Georgia sold some of their newest and favorite toys.
These young children teach us all how to give back >
In fiscal year 2015, 81.8% of Compassion's expenses went directly to program activities helping children in our programs. This is one of the highest percentages for a child sponsorship organization.
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"Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the LORD, and he will reward them for what they have done."
— Proverbs 19:17
God wants to use you to accomplish transformational redemptive work in this world. Choose your action to help release children from poverty in Jesus’ name.