Compassion may be reached by phone at (800) 336-7676, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. MT, or by mail at Compassion International, Colorado Springs, CO 80997.
In addition to the main office, Compassion has branches in many states across the country. To find out about local churches, write to Compassion, PO Box 10697, Salt Lake City, UT 84110-0697.
Through its worldwide network of more than 1,000 children's homes and small family-style communities, Compassion offers a safe place where neglected, abandoned, and abused children can be cared for while they wait to be adopted. Each year, hundreds of young people like Max, who were living on the streets before joining our program, become part of the solution to AIDS by serving as HIV/AIDS care workers.
Children who are orphaned by AIDS are especially in need of love and support. In addition to losing their parents, these kids are often left without any close relatives able to take care of them. Being in an orphanage can cause loneliness and depression, which can make it easier for them to accept a virus that can also be transmitted via contact with infected bodily fluids. However...
While you may not be able to email your child, you may use our online letter-writing tool to compose a letter to him or her. To write online, join in to your compassion.com account and select "Write My Child." You may select from a variety of colorful designs and even add images. When you're ready, simply type your message and click "Send." Your letter will be sent to the most recent address on file at compassion.com.
We have provided an easy way for you to write your children. If you have questions about how to use the site or need help with writing, we invite you to contact us at any time at [email protected]
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I am requesting a compassionate appointment within one year after my father's death and up to the present. I'd like to apply for this position. Now that I'm in my second year of high school, I'm looking for work. Is it possible for me to apply for the compassionate appointment? Please respond to me. Thank you very much. Sincerely, Your friend until death.
Compassionate appointments are available to current U.S. citizens who meet specific medical requirements. You must be able to provide proof of identity and citizenship status. To be considered, applications should be received by the Social Security Administration in Washington, D.C., at least 90 days before your birthday, which is based on the date you were born. (Your birthday is used instead of your age because there may not be enough time to check your age using only the information provided in your application.) There is no fee for applying or checking status.
To apply for a compassionate appointment, you must submit an Application for Compassionate Treatment (SSN-7713-xx) to the Office of Disability Operations (0115). The form can be downloaded from our website: www.socialsecurity.gov/disability. You must complete the form completely and include all requested documents. If you have any questions about applying for a compassionate appointment, please contact the Social Security office where you would like more information. They can be contacted toll-free at 1-800-772-1213.
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"At Compassion, 2017 was a record-breaking year for letter writing." We got over 2 million individual letters from supporters in the United States, as well as over 3 million letters from program participants to their sponsors! "Correspondence Fulfillment Manager Aaron Brown adds "We have staff on site 16 hours a day to guarantee that the process runs well. Once the mail goes out, we don't watch it until it gets delivered. We trust that our partners will do what they can to make sure their letters reach their destination.
The average time between when a letter is written or mailed and when it is received by its recipient is about 14 days. However, not all letters are sent out at once so some may take longer than others. Also, some countries may take longer to receive letters due to customs procedures.
Letters sent through Compassion's website take an average of 5-7 business days. Those sent through postal services such as UPS or FedEx typically arrive within 3-5 business days. Letters sent from outside the United States may take up to 6 weeks to be received.
When you write a letter of support to someone who is suffering, we'll post it to them right away. These letters go out every day, so please allow time for us to send it out and then receive it. We appreciate your support!
Dear [recipitent's name], I would like to ask for your kind aid in purchasing medicine for my [SICKNESS]. We've been having financial problems since I was diagnosed with [SICKNESS]. , my specialty, doesn't want me to work and the insurance company isn't covering my treatments. I need help paying for my medicine. Thank you for your consideration.
Sincerely, [your signature]
This letter is called a "request for assistance." It is different from a demand or request for money. A demand or request for money implies that you expect to receive something in return. For example, if you request $10,000 from someone and they say no, then you have made a demand or request for money.
A request for assistance does not imply that you are looking for anything in return. For example, if you request assistance buying medicine for your family, then this letter is not also a demand for money.
It is important to remember that this letter is not a demand for money. If you send out hundreds of these letters and some people refuse to help you, that is their right. You should not send out more letters requesting money because people may think that you are trying to extort them.
To find out, we've compiled a list of some of the most beautiful phrases ever written on compassion. Spread the love by sharing your favorites. Compassion is essential if you want people to be happy. Compassion is essential for happiness. The Dalai Lama
According to research, self-compassionate people are better equipped to cope with difficult conditions such as divorce, trauma, or chronic pain. Myth: Self-compassion is synonymous with self-indulgence. The truth is just the reverse. Compassion steers us toward long-term health and happiness rather than short-term pleasure.