There is so much more I could say here but I just so appreciate the humility and honesty of the organization in recognizing where they need to improve, how they don't settle but create plans to fix their issues, how they give honest feedback on what is needed and expected of us as staff in our roles and how to encourage us in our faith. Children do not have to be a Christian or attend Christian services to recieve aide… whereas Compassion works out of local churches so children have to attend church/church activities in order to qualify for the Compassion program. My wife and I have sponsored a WV child for a few years.
I didn’t just want to choose Compassion simply because they were all over the blogosphere right now. I like that WV do not just work with churches and do not discriminate between Christian and other communities.
I can only pray that Besufekad and Tewodros will be sponsored. As we’ve thought about it, I saw two relatively similar Christian organizations working around the world. The focus of World Vision is on community development through pooled sponsorships. I have also been thinking about sponsoring a child for some time now, but was still unclear about the differences and if one did a “better” job. I should add—though World Vision’s sponsorship money may be spent differently, the child I sponsor through World Vision is still personal. Here’s some great thoughts from Matthew Lee Anderson on how to move forward in light of their decision. I made my comment because I simply wanted to emphasize the point. Thanks, Shaun. We have been stuck in the decision mode for too long, and have decided to go with Compassion, for the benefit of the personal communication.
I don’t know nearly as much about WV as I do about CI but here’s the main difference that I know of …. Compassion works by partnering with small local churches all over the world and equipping them to help reach out to the kids in their community.
Faith & Action=Furthering His Kingdom!
There is so much more I could say here but I just so appreciate the humility and honesty of the organization in recognizing where they need to improve, how they don't settle but create plans to fix their issues, how they give honest feedback on what is needed and expected of us as staff in our roles and how to encourage us in our faith. World Vision provides Easter cards for the boy I sponsor in South Africa, but they provide a card with a Springtime theme for the girl in Ethiopia.
Glassdoor has millions of jobs plus salary information, company reviews, and interview questions from people on the inside making it easy to find a job that’s right for you. When we started with Compassion it was $28.00/month and it went up to $32.00 a couple years ago. They have people that will write letters for you if you can’t or don’t write to the child. I worked at World Vision International for less than a year, - Strong values You should work for Compassion.
I am sure you guys were awesome. World Vision, sometimes in partnership with local churches, develops communities in a way that positively impacts the lives of children. % of donated money that goes directly to program uses…World Vision (86%) Compassion (83%). I was wondering that same thing myself. Compassion always works through the local church to develop one child at a time into an adult who can transform their community some day. World Vision is doing great work there, providing wells, schools, farming assistance, medical care, job training and a number of other projects to promote sustainable development. It’s not to say that I think WV is the be-all and end-all.
Not looking for a debate, but developing world vaccines are often inferior w/more toxins & it is not where we are called to give. The culture shows genuine care as our team is 100% for one another and our CEO leads with humility and integrity. Which one is more likely to push vaccines & IUDs? Oh wait….
For instance, in El Salvador I visited one of Compassion’s child development centers where children are served water drawn from a well World Vision had a hand in digging. Your response was helpful! I sponsor two children and cannot give one up to help another.
I’m not trying to choose which one is best for you, I just want to compare them. Thank you for your comprehensive comparison of WV and CI.
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