Charity: Compassion International

Give to Kids in Need Through Compassion International

Compassion International Sponsor a Child
Every year since we started this website in 2008, I like to take a day during the Holiday Shopping Season to take a break from talking about the best toys and instead highlight a worthy charity. You can see a listing of all our previous Charity posts here.

During this season of shopping and giving, I think it’s important to remember that there are people in the world who cannot afford the life style that many of us lead.

Today I want to encourage you to learn about Compassion International. Compassion International is a Christian child advocacy group that seeks to break the cycle of poverty by providing resources to children such as food, shelter, education, and health care. Founded in 1952, Compassion currently helps more than 1 million children in 26 countries.

Compassion provides the opportunity to sponsor a child for $38 per month. This is a unique opportunity to radically change the life of a child whom you will never meet in person.

Letter from our Compassion Child

A Letter from our Sponsored Child

My family started sponsoring 2 children through Compassion over a year ago. It’s been great. Our sponsor children write letters to us and tell us about their family and what they are learning in school. Both of our sponsor kids happen to live in Haiti, so when the earthquake struck in January 2010, we were concerned about our kids. It took several months after the earthquake until we received a letter from our children letting us know that they were ok. It was a big relief for sure.

If you would like to learn more about sponsoring a child, you can learn more about that on the Compassion site here.

If you are not ready to sponsor a child at this time, but would still like to make a one time financial donation to this organization, you can learn more about that here.

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