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If a 9-year-old can get kids sponsored, so can you!
When Ronald’s father was killed, his family was left reeling. But the Compassion staff, along with Ronald’s sponsor, Larry, became a lifeline for the teen, who is now studying to be an engineer.
“Compassion Sunday is a way for you to put your faith into action.”
Raised surrounded by oppression and corruption, Doreen knew from an early age that she had to stand up.
When schoolteachers stop showing up for work in a hard-to-reach village, Compassion’s local church partners intervene on children’s behalf.
Ten-year-old Nayely announces she’s going to change out of her slip-on flats, then disappears inside her adobe home.
"As of today, I believe that little is enough when given with love."
Georgina, a Compassion-assisted student living in Ghana, wants to change how sponsors communicate with the children they sponsor. She’s using her drive and a degree in computer engineering to strengthen the bond between Ghanaian children and their sponsors!
Children in the Karen tribe in Thailand are inspired to dream about the future.
As the sponsor of a toddler, you get to partner with a mom who is doing the hard work of raising a child in a developing country! Take our quiz and learn some of the same lessons mothers of babies in our program are learning!
Invite the kids in your life to help make this comforting Asian food, which is similar to chicken soup with rice.
To battle gang recruitment in one of the most dangerous cities in Honduras, a Compassion center starts a soccer program to keep kids safe. Read how Davwin and Angel, two brothers at the project, have found a place of refuge from the violence of their neighborhood.