Compass Magazine

Sep 2, 2007 | Uncategorized

THE COMPASS MAGAZINE …for humanistic ideals


COMPASS MAGAZINE is a refreshing international magazine. An exclusive journal, which pursues, promotes and propagates humanistic ideas through the celebration of people and works of charity and philanthropy. It is purposed for the betterment of the human society through the upliftment of its less privileged and destitute. Compass Magazine showcases men, women and organizations in the service to humanity: This is to encourage and strengthen their resolve for service and also inspire society to aspire to higher ideals.

The magazine provides support services such as research and consultancy to charities, foundations and humanitarian bodies in the areas of funding, volunteers and publicity. As a new concept and the only magazine in its class; this magazine has a growing clientele under the auspices of NAS International Charity, a humanitarian organization with a membership strength of about 35,000 people in over 20 states of Nigeria; and spread out in Botswana, South Africa, Australia, Japan, Holland, UK, Atlanta, Houston, California, New York, Washington and Canada. Compass Magazine takes your advertisement around the globe and deep into the country.

Compass Magazine welcomes materials, which are inline with its ideals. We believe that we can always partner with like minds to seek out and celebrate deserving men and women; also bringing to the notice of the world areas of need and problems faced by people in different parts of the world. Our team of seasoned journalists and social workers go any distance to gather materials to tell great stories heroes and heroic deeds.

Compass magazine debuted in August 2003. The pioneering Editorial Board consisted of Chibisi Ohakah, Charles Nwosu and Chiemeka Ozumba.

The wonderful story of Rosalind Colwill (founder of the Centre for the Mentally Ill Destitute) was the grand cover page story. Subsequent editions have featured Lizzy Ekperechi, celebrating the female St. Francis of Assiss working to bring hope for prisoners as well as good working conditions for prison staff. Hers is an inspiring story. The international football star Kanu Nwankwo with his heart of gold graced our cover page showing how this celebrity is bringing smiles to the faces of African children with heart conditions. The story of the Kanu Heart Foundation is a must read.

You can Subscribe, Contribute articles, help us discover heroes of Charitable causes or Advertise in Compass magazine by contacting us as stated below.

Our advert rates are customized to suit every business need but we give special concessions to individuals and organization doing works of charity.
Come on; join us in celebrating humanistic ideals. It’s a beautiful and wonderful world.

For further information please contact us:

Email: [email protected]

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