Give Hope to a Child in Poverty

Sponsorship changes everything.
Yanelly's Story
Abandoned by her father and trapped in poverty, Yanelly had no hope for her future — until her sponsor and center believed in her. Learn how Compassion changed her future.
Watch her story.

Choose a gift. Change a life!

Choose a gift. Change a life!


Give Hope to Another Child in Poverty

a young girl eats
Urgent: Food Crisis Support Needed

Every day, our global church partners see how the food crisis devastates impoverished communities. And we need your help. With your support, local leaders can intervene in urgent situations like this to provide essential items and sustainable solutions for struggling children and families.

Lizbeth is wearing a white shirt with a floral pattern on it. She is standing in front of a green board in her classroom and she is holding up one of her sponsor's letters.
Lizbeth is wearing a white shirt with a floral pattern on it. She is standing in front of a green board in her classroom and she is holding up one of her sponsor's letters.

What Is Sponsorship?

When you sponsor a child, you care for and encourage them through prayer, letter writing and financial support. That support empowers a local church to individually and holistically meet their needs in a loving, safe community where they can learn, grow, play and dream.

Lizbeth is wearing a white shirt with a floral pattern on it. She is standing in front of a green board in her classroom and she is holding up one of her sponsor's letters.
When you become a sponsor, you are personally connected with a child who will know your name and treasure the thought that you care about them.

Your support gives a child life-changing opportunity to develop spiritually, emotionally, physically and economically. It's a relationship more powerful than poverty — changing their life and yours!

Your donation provides

Health Care
Age-Appropriate Christian Teaching
Hygiene Training
Education & Vocational Training
Nutrition & Water
Mentorship, Guidance & Love

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