Today, like every day, an estimated 6,000 children like Kombo will lose a parent to AIDS. Yet there is hope. World Vision offers meaningful ways right here in Seattle & Tacoma for you to make a difference for orphans and vulnerable children.
Westminster Chapel, Bellevue
A FREE event to inspire and celebrate World Vision supporters. Hear from a former sponsored child and find out how your gifts are making an impact in the lives of children!
Global Neighbor Project World AIDS Day Event
Urban Grace Church, Tacoma
Inspiring updates about this community effort to help orphans in Lesotho, Africa.
World Vision Experience: AIDS
Overlake Christian Church, Redmond
Walk in the steps of a child living in an AIDS-affected community in Africa. This interactive exhibit features a stirring audio tour combined with captivating photography that will transport you to the heart of Africa. You’ll gain a completely new perspective on the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time.
The Mayor of Tacoma, Bill Baarmsa, is challenging the citizens of Greater Pierce County to help children devastated by AIDS in Lesotho, Africa.
Mayor Baarsma is calling on business, city and church leaders to respond. He is calling on individuals within Tacoma to respond. He is calling you to respond.
1. Sponsor a child from Lesotho: Personally, you can sponsor a child from Lesotho, or share sponsorship of children with your business, community or church.
2. Help orphans in Lesotho: By partnering with the community of Sekameng, your donation can develop needed resources like clean water, education, agricultural development, healthcare and economic development.
3. Assemble Caregiver Kits: Help the city of Tacoma and the greater Pierce County reach their goal of building 10,000 caregiver kits that will provide home-based care for those living with HIV AIDS in Sekamang, Lesotho. Sekameng is a small country in Africa that has been devasted by HIV AIDS.
Your family, school, business or church can come alongside caregivers in the fight against AIDS. Assemble Caregiver Kits and help fight the AIDS pandemic in a tangible way. You will: