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As teenagers in Compassion’s program in Nicaragua, Santiago, Eddy and Juan discovered a passion for embossing. Now, they use it to help support their families during crisis.
Meet Didier, a soccer coach in Mexico who refused to let the pandemic allow his Compassion-assisted athletes to feel alone.
When Jaqueline was told that her newborn daughter had down syndrome, the world seemed to stop. She had no idea why this was happening to her. But with the support of the Compassion Survival Program, there was hope.
Among many other challenges in her life, 11-year-old Kaylane mourns the loss of a parent and faces bullying from classmates at her school. But because of her sponsor’s letters, Kaylane knows she is deeply loved and supported.
Take a look into Compassion President and CEO Santiago "Jimmy" Mellado’s journey with anxiety and how he uses Philippians 4 to guide him toward peace.
Eight-year-old Neriana experienced so much anxiety from the pandemic that her blood sugar levels skyrocketed. But with the support of Ester, a dedicated Compassion tutor, Neriana found peace.
After losing his mother, Joffian spiraled into a deep depression. But with the support of the local Compassion center, he is now filled with hope and healing.
When COVID-19 hit her community in El Salvador, Amparito — a mother living in poverty — was filled with anxiety. But with the support of her local Compassion Survival Program, she's now filled with hope and peace.
Last year, Gary signed up to volunteer with Compassion at a women's conference. You'll be blown away as you read how God worked through him.
Compassion sponsors help release children from all forms of poverty — even those not visible on the surface.
A dedicated daughter cares for her blind father in a profound way.
A single light brought physical, academic and spiritual transformation to Dennis and his family.