In this video Children of Compassion Regional Coordinator Benjamin Wollor is with Foday. Foday’s entire family died during the Ebola epidemic.
The aftermath of the Ebola epidemic continues to be felt in West Africa. Many people are only able to eat one small meal each day. Orphaned children, if not rescued, are at great risk of being recruited by criminals and becoming criminals.
A brighter future for Africa’s orphans is possible with your help.
Assistant Principal Anna Marie Clark explains how Children of Compassion has helped students at her school in ways that are life-changing. In this video she explains how seeing her students help orphaned and disabled children was heart-touching. She observes “this was by far one of the most amazing opportunities that I have ever been involved in.”
In this video, David Dionisi shares the story of the first orphan that he worked to help in Africa. Handful Kollie is now attending the University of Liberia and is living proof that breaking the cycle of poverty is possible. Also in this video is Benjamin Wollor. He explains how he is paying forward the kindness he received and now works as the Children of Compassion Regional Coordinator.
Please join us in helping orphaned and disabled children who are hungry and without assistance can only dream of going to school.
In this video Catherine Rowe summarizes her experience implementing the Children of Compassion program. Mrs. Rowe received the Teacher of Compassion award for leading her students to deliver life-memorable acts of kindness. Her efforts are directly responsible for the Junipero Serra School raising funds to help provide tuition assistance for their students and simultaneously give 50 children in Africa the gift of going to school.