Your donation to the Where Most Needed fund will help us better serve children in extreme poverty.
If a 9-year-old can get kids sponsored, so can you!
When you give, you secure a brighter future for children living in extreme poverty.
As a legacy donor, you’ll have the confidence of knowing you’re caring for the physical and emotional needs of children living in poverty, now and in the future. Best of all, you’ll offer them the hope that’s found only through the saving grace of Jesus Christ.
"I want what I’ve been doing [for the children] to carry on when I’m not here to do it. There will still be children in need when I’m gone." — Jean Grant, Legacy Donor
Take advantage of our two, free estate planning tools when contemplating how to manage your estate.
Simple and convenient ways to help children living in poverty lead bright, healthy lives for years to come.
Help children in poverty lead healthier, more hopeful lives as you receive fixed payments for your lifetime.
A special way to honor the memory of a loved one while helping impoverished children.
Caring for the children in this way helps you save on taxes and creatively support Compassion.
These options can provide you with income for a period of years or for your lifetime.
Simple, flexible gifting from your estate plan is one of the easiest ways to offer long-term support to Compassion.
Ensure your sponsored child is cared for in your name, with funding to support other children to perpetuity.
Receive a charitable deduction while complying with IRS distribution guidelines.
Information to help Advisors and Brokers as they help clients plan their gifts.