Published: June 23, 2013
Compassion International, a Colorado Springs nonprofit that works to remove children around the world from poverty, will bring an exhibit on poverty and the organization's accomplishments to the Park Meadows Mall June 27-30.
"Change the Story: The Compassion Experience," will take visitors on a 20-minute tour through 3,100 square feet of exhibit space, showcasing the lives of three children in India, Uganda and Bolivia, whose lives were changed by the organization.
"The stories are true and take you deeper than just visiting another country. You will walk in the very footprints of poverty and of hope," said Compassion International President & CEO, Wess Stafford, in a news release.
Visitors are encouraged to make a reservation by visiting compassion.com/change, though walk-ins are welcome. Groups of 20 or more should email firstname.lastname@example.org. The tour is free and will be located on the east side of the mall, near the dining hall entrance.
The exhibit will be at 35 locations across the country this year.