Compassionate Sports is one of the many initiatives undertaken by Charter for Compassion Pakistan to engage youth of lesser privileged areas to participate in productive and healthy sports activities to help improve their personality and character. The objective is to develop feelings of resilience and self-efficacy, team cohesion, synergy, and problem solving capabilities for both communities and individuals. To this end, the Compassionate Cricket Camp was established on 1st February 2014. The focus of the sports program is on the mental, physical and social health of sports participants. A trials period lasting over two months engaging 1200 children allowed our committed coaches to select vulnerable yet motivated players for the camp from Korangi, Lyari and Sultanabad/ Hijrat Colony. The Compassionate Cricket Camp currently acts as a second home to 270 Children from these areas giving them the opportunity to regularly partake in practice sessions, matches, tournaments and compassionate skill-based trainings in 4 specific skills of compassion i.e. Mindfulness, Courage, Integrity, and Forgiveness. In September 2017, sports goods were provided to 15 literacy centres across 4 districts of Sindh, catering to 4000 learners to inculcate healthy living style and providing them a platform to showcase their sports talents. In October 2017, sports week was also organized in 4 government schools in Sukkur and Khairpur, engaging 3500 students in athletic activities. In November 2017, another cricket camp was launched at Eidgah Nazimabad cricket ground for nearby underprivileged areas.