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Brilliant ideas can come at any time. Whether you’re a frequent writer or just getting started with sending letters to the child you sponsor, we’d love for YOU to share your inspirations with us! 📝 💡 💌
Welcome to the new Compassion Letter Club! A place for you to be inspired and share your love of writing to the child or young adult you're sponsoring.
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Today is Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Sexual slavery and human trafficking are a concern worldwide, but those living in poverty have a higher risk than others. This child is from the Philippines, where over 100,000 children are in the sex industry.

One of the most prominent ways to prevent trafficking is to give children education and opportunity. With the tools to sustain their own income, children will grow up to be empowered adults who are less vulnerable to exploitation. Our hope is that more children like this little girl will be released from poverty and the risk of trafficking.

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Hope is never too far out of sight. When Kevin was 7-months-old, his parents discovered that their little one was visually impaired. Consulting a witch doctor left them even more desperate than they had been. But his mother’s heartache over her son’s blindness turned into determination to help him see. That’s when she learned about our program and the benefits it provides – food, health care and spiritual and emotional support. But most exciting: an eye-care specialist would visit Kevin! Soon after, a diagnosis and cure for his visual impairment was found. Now, Kevin and his family can truly see life through a new lens. ❤️ 🔎

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please save the indian needy children
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Happy 2017!! We wish you a year full of joy and love! ❤️ 😊 🎉
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2016 is almost over. That means New Year’s resolutions are starting to come to mind. This 31-day Bible devotional will help you start 2017 with a more responsive heart for those living in poverty by allowing God to lead the way. 📖 ✝️ ❤️
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Faces. They reflect pain. Joy. Hope. They’re a reflection of life. And they touched your hearts on Instagram this year.

Here are our top 10 Instagram posts of 2016. 📷 📲 👦🏾 👧🏿
Instagram is full of faces of kids, families and sponsors that are a reflection of life. Here are Compassion International's top Instagram posts of 2016.
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A new day is dawning for Kenya’s Masai tribes as traditional and modern cultures collide. But with the opportunity of education and access to training materials, children can embrace their local culture AND pave the way to a bright future. 🇰🇪 📚 
Traditional and modern cultures collide for Kenya’s Masai.
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Meet Tamy. This sweet nine-year-old in our program survived Hurricane Matthew when it hit Haiti in early October. Unfortunately though, the storm severely damaged the home where she lives with her grandmother. Thanks to Compassion donors, our church partners in Haiti have been providing relief for families including Tamy’s. Thank YOU for helping to restore hope for these precious children! ❤️ 🙏🏾

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Ignite. ONE word that means so much. It will light the way for us in 2017.

What word will you choose to lead this year? 💥 🌟
For the past 9 years, we've chosen one word to define our new year. It's a discipline we celebrate with you! What word will you choose for 2017?
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These are the most popular blog posts of 2016 with a little extra “behind the scenes” peek at how they were developed. Enjoy! 📝 📷
Bedrooms and churches, prayers and letters, fatigue and mosquitoes. What were your favorite blog posts from Compassion in 2016?
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Sarah is HIV-positive, but she has not let this be a reason to live negatively. Instead, she uses her diagnosis to help others. She's on a mission to save lives. 🇰🇪 ❤️
A Kenyan with AIDS shows how living with the disease is not a death sentence.
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12290 Voyager Pkwy Colorado Springs, CO 80921
12290 Voyager ParkwayUSColoradoColorado Springs80921
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"And I encourage people out there to sponsor or donate to the work of God"
"It would be nice if they noticed I already gave a gift."
"The tours is an hour long and well worth the time spent."
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Berry Chaney
3 weeks ago
CEO Salary is insane ! $300,000 for a christian Organization. But I don't want to stop giving to my sponsor child. I pray the 81% of my money really gets to her. I have read on different Charity Ratings the gifts and money wont always goto your child, we will see this is the first time we gave a Christmas gift of 60$ which they say you get to see what was given if you donate that amount. Whats crazy we keep getting e-mails to give a christmas gift. It would be nice if they noticed I already gave a gift. Kind regards, Hopeful
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a month ago
A blessed ministry with clear vision....blessings to many...especially to poor children arround the world..
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Jeff Ordway
a month ago
Awesome tour, you really get to see what is happening behind the scenes.
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Christie Newell
11 months ago
I just sponsored a little girl from Kenya through Compassion and their costumer service is great! It was so easy and all my questions were answered. It took less than 15 minutes from start to finish. Please consider sponsoring through Compassion International today!
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Chad Johnson
in the last week
They give tours of the building at 10, 12, and 2 every day. The tours is an hour long and well worth the time spent.
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James Taves
4 weeks ago
Always friendly and kind. Cool building to.
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Chuck Barger
2 months ago
What they do for children, all over the world, is Simply Amazing.
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Nerima Lilian
7 months ago
I admire and yern to work with Compassion because its a Christian none profit organization that is dedicated to help children. And I encourage people out there to sponsor or donate to the work of God