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You can give a child living in extreme poverty a brighter future by becoming their sponsor. Our world-class programme gives kids a safe place to play, the chance to go to school and the opportunity to see a doctor when they’re sick.

Over time, you'll be able to see the difference you're making through your letters and photo updates. 

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COMPASSION SPONSORSHIP WORKS

Independent research shows that Compassion-sponsored children are more likely to be employed as adults, and leaders in their communities and churches. Be inspired by how sponsorship changes lives:

COMPASSION NEWSFEED

23Nov

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

As the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) develops around the world, we want to be proactive in ensuring protection for all Compassion staff, volunteers, partners and Compassion-supported children, and minimise disruption to critical operations and the children that we serve.


19Nov

Haiti Earthquake Update

Compassion’s church partners are supporting children and families in the aftermath of the Haitian earthquake.


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18Nov

A Beautiful Survivor: Finding Hope After Tragedy

A survivor of the 1994 Rwandan Genocide, Christine Uwase grew up as an orphan after witnessing her mother’s murder at the age of four. Her story will inspire and challenge you.


14Nov

God’s family: How one young woman found her forever home

Abandoned and passed from home to home, Getzemani’s life could have turned out very differently, but for the constant love and support shown by her sponsor and Compassion’s church partner. 


24Oct

How to Write a Great Christmas Greeting to Your Sponsored Child

Stuck with what to write to your sponsored child? We’ve got some great tips to help you out.


23Oct

Celebrate Christmas with 6 Festive Gifts From Us to You

Thank you for your support during 2021!


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20Oct

7 Powerful Prayers for Tackling Climate Change During COP26

In a few weeks, leaders from around the globe will gather in Glasgow for one of the most pivotal moment as we tackle climate change. Here’s what you need to know about COP26, why it matters and how you can pray.


20Oct

A Time for Action: Climate Change and its Impact on Global Development

At the start of Great Big Green Week, Palamanga Ouali, Compassion’s Vice President for Africa, shares the startling impact the climate crisis is already having on those living in extreme poverty and how Compassion’s local church partners are responding.


20Oct

Girls and Computers: How Compassion is Helping Girls Conquer the Digital Gender Gap

Access to technology is crucial in this digital age. Yet women and girls are often excluded from it. For International Day of the Girl Child, Compassion explores the digital gender gap and how we’re empowering girls to bridge it.


20Oct

Miracles Truly Exist: How Child Sponsorship Reunited a Family

After 26 years without even a photo of his father, discover how Christian was reunited with the family he believed he’d lost during the 1994 Rwandan genocide.


17Sep

Carols with Compassion 2021: A Virtual Carol Service in Partnership with TBN

For the second year running we’re delighted to invite you to watch our free virtual carol service to celebrate the joy of Jesus’ birth. This...


1Sep

Your Words, Their Treasure: How Kind Letters Make a Difference

Ani’s about to graduate from the Compassion programme. As she reflects on her time at Compassion, it is her relationship with her sponsor that’s given her much joy. Read Ani’s story and be encouraged. Our letters matter, and our kind words make a difference.


9Jul

Bring your latest magazine to life!

Welcome to the latest Compassion magazine! This edition is filled with stories of hope as people are given a new future through sponsorship. We also...


1Jul

How to make a football from plastic bags

Looking for ideas to keep your kids entertained this summer? Why not have a go at making your own homemade football …


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16Jun

Talent and Tenacity: How One Young Woman in Togo is Achieving Her Dreams

Meet Winner from Togo. She’s breaking boundaries in her community by studying engineering. She’s only one of two women in engineering in her class. Read her story and you’ll find out why we’re praising God for her on International Women in Engineering Day and every day. 


11Jun

One Rwandan Teen’s Story: From Extreme Poverty to Award Winning Inventor

Yvette is making headlines after designing a digital cane for the blind.



The Compassion difference

We focus on one child at a time, linking them with one sponsor who releases them from poverty in Jesus’ name.

CHRIST CENTRED

We’re responding to God’s call to care for the poor.

CHILD FOCUSED

We make sure children are known, loved and protected.

CHURCH BASED

We work in partnership with local churches because they understand their communities better than anyone. 

FOR JUST €30 A MONTH

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