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Your donation to the Where Most Needed fund will help us better serve children in extreme poverty.
The following FREE supplemental resources are available to order to enhance your church’s Compassion Sunday event. Interested in learning more? Contact your Relationship Manager for more details and ordering information.
Compassion’s partnership with Tyndale publishing offers a variety of books for all ages. You can select (up to 2 books per church) to give as gifts to those who sponsor children, as “prizes” for those who visit your table, or as free resources for various ministry groups in your church.
We will supply enough activity-filled educational magazines for each family unit in your church for the young (and the young at heart) to enjoy.
A graduate of Compassion’s program will create a video recording or speak at your church event. You can request a particular length of message to match your needs.
Note: this option has limited availability and requires advance preparation.
We will send you a customized weblink for your church with available children to sponsor. Great for an online event.
Introduce this series of audio-led interactive exhibits at your church to step into the daily life of a child living in poverty.
This child packet display holds 18 child packets at a time. A great display to enhance your child sponsorship table. The kit includes the frame, clips, and twine, assembly instructions, twine table cloth, and clip boards. Shipping labels provided.
These pull-up banners are a great addition to your Compassion Sunday event. Place pull up banners in your church lobby or by the sponsorship table. Comes in a variety of designs. The kit includes pull-up banners and assembly instructions. Shipping labels provided.
Due to high demand, there is limited quantity/availability for this product. Ask your relationship manager for further details
Bring this immersive, 5-minute, VR experience to your church to get up close and personal with the realities of global poverty and hear the true story of a family living in Brazil.