Your Giving in Action

Sharing God’s Love This Christmas

Meet David, Agnes and Sofie. Each lives in a different region with a different culture, but they are all experiencing the love of Jesus this Christmas season. Click on each picture to read more about how they celebrate Jesus’ birth and the Christmas season.

This year, 1.8 million children in Compassion centers around the world will participate in Christmas celebrations. They will hear stories about Jesus’ birth, sing Christmas songs and each will receive a special Christmas gift.

This Christmas, join us in praying that children in poverty:
  • know they are loved by God
  • are healthy and happy
  • find hope during this special season
  • share their love and joy with one another
  • enjoy the Christmas celebrations at their child development centers
  • encourage their families and friends to learn more about Jesus
"For to us a child is born, to us a son is given…" – Isaiah 9:6
 
Priorities

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Learn more about Compassion's five mission-critical priorities in tackling the causes and effects of child poverty.

 
Stories of Your Giving in Action
Healing and Support for Alphonse
Alphonse smiles for the camera

After a tragic accident, young Alphonse received the spiritual, emotional and medical assistance he needs to adapt to his new circumstances. Despite his injury, he is learning to live a happy and fulfilled life through the help of his Compassion child development center.

A Family for Secia
Alphonse smiles for the camera

After losing her mother, Secia finds a family through her friends and tutor at her Compassion child development center.

A New Start After Disaster
A close up of Ashley Joy and her father, Jeffrey

A devoted father is given the assistance he needs to help his family move past the devastation of Hurricane Haiyan.

Child Survival Program: Hope for the Future
Child Survival Program: Hope for the Future

The Child Survival Program has made a huge difference in the lives of mothers and babies throughout the village of Ruma. In addition to receiving nutritious food, health care, hygiene supplies and parenting classes, mothers are also taught life skills such as sewing.