Compassion International – FAQ

Compassion International is a Christian ministry devoted to helping children in bad environments develop into healthy and practicing Christians. Rob Rienecker is a monthly supporter of Compassion International, which means several important things. As a supporter, Rob Rienecker spends both his time and money on advocating for children in impoverished conditions. Below are some commonly asked questions for potential supporters.

What is the mission of Compassion International?

Compassion International’s mission is to act as an advocate for impoverished children in all kinds of environments. Advocating for these children includes helping to free them from their spiritual, social, and economic demons.

How much does sponsoring a child cost?

Sponsoring a child through Compassion International runs $38 a month. Though the price may appear to be steep, this is not enough to support one person in the United States for a month, so relativity must be taken into account. Compassion International ensures that all money sent by sponsors is allocated in the most efficient manner possible.

What kinds of benefits do sponsored children receive through Compassion International?

By being sponsored through Compassion International, children receive the opportunity to learn about Christianity, proper health care, and a healthier environment in which they can thrive. Learn more about sponsoring a child through Compassion International, as Robert Rienecker does, at


Rob Rienecker Contributes to Compassion International

A strong, devoted Christian, Rob Rienecker enjoys studying
theology and often reads insightful books on Christian theology. He also
donates to and volunteers with several faith-based organizations,
including Champions for Life Ministries, Truth in Action Ministries, and
Compassion International. Through Compassion International, Robert
Rienecker supports a young man named Willison who lives in Tanzania. The
two have written back and forth over the last four years.

Compassion International has operated a program in Tanzania since 1999 and, over
the last 23 years, Compassion Tanzania has assisted tens of thousands of
children living in poverty. Presently, nearly 64,000 children
participate in the program, which is administered through 230
church-based child development centers. The majority of these centers
serve children in Arusha and nearby Babati; however, the program is
constantly expanding and officials hope to bring assistance to a wider
geographic area over the coming years. You can help fight poverty and
improve quality of life for these children by choosing to sponsor a
child. If a financial commitment is not possible, please consider
fulfilling the prayer requests found at