Compassion International, Inc.
Rating: 4.23 stars 65 reviews
Issues: International, Religion
Location: 12290 Voyager Pkwy. Colorado Springs CO 80921 USA
Target demographics: children living in extreme poverty.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 1,461,116 children
Geographic areas served: 26 countries
Programs: Compassion International exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults. Compassion's Child Sponsorship Program creates a one-to-one relationship between a child living in extreme poverty and a sponsor, who, through a $38 monthly commitment, provides that child with physical, social, spiritual and economic care and training, making a difference in that child’s life, thereby changing her world and empowering her to improve her environment for future generations. Compassion's Child Survival Program responds to the needs of mothers on behalf of their babies by ensuring a healthy environment and a strong start in life for the poorest and most vulnerable so that they may escape the cycle of poverty. Using proven child survival strategies, caregivers are equipped to nurture and disciple their children, who otherwise might not survive to age 5.
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I have sponsored children for over 30 years - but what I can add to this is that I worked for COmpassion for 4 years in the country of Haiti' I was hired as an education specialist and trained teachers in active methods that helped the children learn to read faster. I can also confirm that the money got to and benefited the children with food and education. I believed in what they do (educate and care for children) that I volunteer for them now. How many of you volunteer for your former employer?
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