We teach the world how to love through simple acts of kindness by putting compassion into action.”I Can Help. You Can Help. We Can Help.
As a way of giving back, the Compassion Advocacy Network donates food and clothing to the people of Cambodia through the missionary work of Albert Andreoli. Here his story…
Compassion Advocacy Network extends into Cambodia. Officially, the Kingdom of Cambodia, is a country located in the southern portion of the Indochinese peninsula in Southeast Asia. It is 181,035 square kilometers (69,898 square miles) in area, bordered by Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, Vietnam to the east and the Gulf of Thailand to the southwest.
Each year C.A.N. clocks thousands of volunteer hours of either visitation, activity, or educational involvement. Each month C.A.N. helps improve the quality of life for hundreds of families throughout Virginia, North Carolina, and Florida. The C.A.N. Help! Program increased the amount of supplemented food and toiletries for 550 people per month and provided masks and cleaning supplies to assist with COVID 19 safety. This program also kept two adults with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorder from homelessness by providing them housing, utilities, and groceries.
The program also gave out clothing, medical supplies, and medical equipment. The program gave over 1,000,000 items of food, clothing, personal care & household products distributed to hospice children, cancer ward children, battered women, nursing home residents, isolated elderly in income-based housing, AIDS recovery persons, single parents, homeless individuals, and disadvantaged veterans. This program also helped with cell phone formatting and use coaching.
Compassion is Contagious. Please pass it on!
When you support Compassion Advocacy Network, your monthly tax-deductible contributions permanently change people’s lives for the better. You CAN Help! Your gifts sustain our programs; we thank you for it, and so do the people who receive the attention they’ve needed.
Target demographics: Our isolated elderly, residents of nursing homes, and fundraising for families and kids with cancer.
Direct beneficiaries per year: 7,000 Families; 275 Christmas Dinners served; 257 Kids Mentored; 147 U.S. Veterans helped
Geographic areas served: Virginia, North & South Carolina, Florida, and throughout the United States
Programs: CAN Help! and Families and Kids with Cancer
Putting Compassion Into Action…