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Your donation to the Where Most Needed fund will help us better serve children in extreme poverty.
Compassion partners with more than 8,500 churches in 27 countries to deliver its holistic child development program to over 2.2 million babies, children and young adults.
Tim Glenn (719) 272-5377 and Allison Wilburn (219) 384-8177
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TODAY March 30, 2021
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The Christian Post March 16, 2021
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Gazette November 1, 2020
Compassion International crosses $1 billion milestone
The Christian Post November 20, 2020
Celebrating World Children’s Day with Compassion International
Baltimore Sun November 20, 2020
Baltimore Orioles’ Chris and Jill Davis Donate $1 Million to Compassion’s Fill the Stadium Initiative
Gazette May 10, 2020
Religious nonprofits in the Pikes Peak region face unprecedented challenges
Billboard May 6, 2020
Rodney Jerkins, Gospel Supergroup The Good News ‘Come Together’ to Benefit COVID-19 Relief
USA Today April 24, 2020
Giants’ Nate Solder donates $1 million to Compassion International
Fox News January 13, 2020
Ten years after Haiti's deadly earthquake, country still recovering: 'Keep praying for us'
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We are advocates for children committed to Jesus Christ in all that we do. We are Christ-centered, church-based and child-focused. We are the world’s leading authority in holistic child development through sponsorship.
Independent research conducted by researchers from three universities concluded that children enrolled in Compassion’s Child Sponsorship Program experienced statistically significant benefits in education, employment and leadership.