How can I see the names of children I previously sponsored?

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In the past, I sponsored two different boys but it has been so long, I have forgotten their names and country of origin. I want to help advocate for Compassion and would like to give people more accurate information about my experience. Both boys graduated from the program and I am eager to share that. Can You help?
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Hi Karen! You've been in the Compassion family for almost 24 years now, did you know that?! Thank you so much for the investment you made in the lives of your boys! We appreciate you and your heart for children! Congratulations on helping them reach such an incredible milestone in their lives as graduating from our program and moving on with the plans God has in store for them. I can imagine how proud you are and praise God for his faithfulness and how he used you in their lives. I have good news for you :). We keep record of every child you've ever had a relationship with in our program. After reviewing your account, you supported Habtamu Tilahun in Ethiopia and Jessie B Baldomero Junior in the Philippines. Habtamu would now be 23 years old and Jessie would be 29 :).  

I don't know if you have any ideas yet on how you're specifically wanting to bring awareness of our program to those around you, but Compassion just recently launched a new platform for sponsors to advocate for children and raise funds as well as find loving sponsors for children in our program! It's a great way for you to tell your story as a sponsor and makes it simple for anyone to donate! It's called Act for Compassion and might be something you'd be interested in.

Thank you so much for the love and support you give to Sawon, your boy in Bangladesh. I pray God continues to bless your relationship with him and gives you the words to speak into his heart that draw him closer to Jesus and encourage him of the value and potential he has in Christ!

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