30 Hour Famine Youth groups experience what it's like to be hungry while raising awareness and funds to fight hunger and poverty around the world.
Appalachia Service Trips Come work along side residents in one of the nation's poorest areas. Church groups and youth groups help upgrade homes, improve communities, and build lasting relationships in the process.
Giving Toolbox Individuals or groups can be a part of World Vision's work by raising funds to purchase life-changing items from the Gift Catalog or through a group gift.
School Tools Collect basic school supplies to assemble into kits for children in need here at home and around the world.
Speak Out for the Poor Learn about the underlying issues and unjust circumstances that affect vulnerable children around the world; then, speak out on their behalf to policy-makers and your community.
Volunteer at World Vision Take the opportunity to share your time and talents in a meaningful way by volunteering at a World Vision office near you.
World Vision ACT:S Is a network of students committed to exploring what our faith says about poverty and injustice; using creative activism to bring issues to life and change hearts on campus; and using our voices to advocate our government leaders to help end poverty, injustice, and human suffering.
World Vision Artists Performing artists partner with World Vision by encouraging concert attendees to become child sponsors. Volunteer at a concert to help answer questions about World Vision's work and help new sponsors fill out paper work.
World Vision Hope Prayer Chain Sign up to be part of an e-mail prayer chain with other Americans who are dedicated to praying for children and families who are affected by the ravages of the AIDS pandemic. Youth Empowerment Project
Youth Empowerment ProjectYouth become agents of change in their own communities after learning about civic engagement, advocacy and policy making.