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As a child, Rainatou regularly participated in the fun activities at her Compassion program in northern Burkina Faso. But no one could imagine that the 10-year-old girl would be the first in her family to choose to follow Jesus.
Life in poverty gives sponsored children a unique perspective on prayer.
I’m going to be honest. I was totally naive when I first picked out my sponsored child’s picture from the sea of packets at a Compassion event.
Matt Vermeer is a sponsor in Michigan who co-founded an annual golf tournament that has raised $120,000 for Compassion and helped find sponsors for 17 children over ten years!
In northern Bangladesh where Ripa’s family lives, green rice paddies and rolling hills stretch for miles. The region is also home to some of the poorest districts in the country: 77 percent of the population lives in poverty, more than half in extreme poverty.
Raymark, a 14-year-old from the Philippines, leads a weekly church service for the other children in his neighborhood.
12-year-old Traynor chose to raise money for the Where Most Needed fund at Compassion. He wanted to be sure he could do the most good at just the right time for children in need.
Compassion sponsors demonstrate with their time and resources that their hearts reflect the love of Jesus to our neighbors around the world.
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.