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THIS IS A STADIUM
THAT CANNOT
REMAIN EMPTY

Due to COVID-19, 70,000 children and their families in Compassion programs need your urgent support.

70,000 is the capacity of the average pro football stadium.

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Please donate to help children and their families through the critical next 12 months. Every donation helps fill a seat toward a year of needed support.

To explore other charitable giving options, including donor-advised funds, foundation grants, stock transfers and workplace matching gifts, contact athleteteam@compassion.com

SO FAR WE HAVE FILLED 46,815 SEATS

Every seat represents a child in need.

OUR GOAL IS TO HELP 70,000 CHILDREN

Help restore what COVID-19 destroyed

Help provide essential food, medical care and support for a child and their family during this pandemic.

PRO ATHLETES LEADING THE WAY

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YOUR IMPACT

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YOUR DOLLARS ARE WORKING!

PERU + BRAZIL

15 days worth of food and hyfiene kits distributed to 6,000 families

HONDURAS

2,000 families received important medication

ECUADOR

Telemedicine program started for 100,000 children and 54,000 medical protection kits distributed

UGANDA

14 day food kits were distributed to 40,000 people in the poorest communities affected by COVID-19

PHILIPPINES

3,000 food kits delivered to families

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46,815 SEATS FILLED
66.9% OF OUR GOAL
$23,407,477 RAISED
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Nicol and her five cousins live with their grandmother, Esperanza in the Peruvian jungle while their parents work in the capital city. However, the plan to send money back to their elderly mother to feed and raise their kids was destroyed by the COVID-19 pandemic leaving the kids without food until help from @compassion arrived. To save children like these in the developing country from hunger,  Donate now in the link in bio. #fillthestadium
EXCITING UPDATE! 🎉 Through your generous support 45,950 children in developing countries at risk of hunger due to the pandemic have been provided food and critical resources for the next year. This is a stadium that cannot remain empty, and it is now 2/3 of the way full. Your efforts have been a blessing to so many children and families around the world. THANK YOU! If you haven't yet donated, please do so today (link in bio). #fillthestadium
10 month old baby Enoc from Honduras was diagnosed with balanitis and needed urgent surgery. However, his father had lost his job due to the pandemic and couldn't afford the cost but thanks to @compassion, Enoc underwent surgery and received a second chance at life. The pandemic has affected everyone. but especially children living in poverty in the developing world. Donate today to help save 70,000 children in crisis. (link in bio) #fillthestadium
Aidah, a single mother of three, made a living by collecting food waste from a large dumpsite to sell as pig food. When the pandemic hit, she was unable to earn enough to feed her children and was left to gather food to eat from the dump. In a dark hour of desperation, @compassion met her needs and provided food for her sick and malnourished children. Join professional athletes who are making a difference and help save these at risk children from hunger in developing countries. Donate at the link in bio. #fillthestadium

Help a stadium's worth of children in crisis due to COVID-19