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This powerful piece in Explorer, our website for kids, tells the story of kids in the Philippines and how they used to swim across a dangerous river just to get to school. But see how Compassion helped change that journey!
A baby born with severe physical disabilities becomes a source of joy for his entire family. See how the Survival program helped support David and his family.
Franklin’s poor health affected every part of his development. But his Compassion tutor was dedicated to showing the scared boy that the church was a safe place.
Adam grew up surrounded by political unrest that plagues his home country of the Philippines. Compassion helped him discover his purpose in battling violent extremism through social media.
What can bring hope to a little boy who feels lost and alone? Read about this beautiful, surprising source of healing for 7-year-old Justin!
Three sponsors use the Compassion App to strength the relationship with their sponsored children!
At 13 years old, Angeline began spending time on the streets — because it was safer there than in her home. See how Compassion gave Angeline a truly safe place.
Cleou Jane, the mother of a child in Compassion’s Survival initiative, tells us, in her own words, about her journey from hopelessness to salvation.
When a medical checkup reveals a heart murmur in 3-year-old Yuliana, the Compassion staff will not stop until the little girl has the care she needs to survive!
Every young person deserves to dream big and achieve his or her God-given potential. See how Compassion’s Youth Development initiative is helping to make that possible!
Have you ever wondered how a Compassion center in a Kenyan slum compares with one in the jungles of Thailand? In this photo essay, see centers around the world and learn just how children are served there!
In this powerful blog, read the story of a sponsor and child who built a relationship for 14 years before they were able to meet in person!