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Love to bake, bike, read, bowl, or garden? Anything you are passionate about can be a fundraising opportunity!
Organize a bake sale or a read-a-thon; or, challenge yourself and your friends to a new biking or swimming distance — all while helping kids all around the world.
Whether you are interested in organizing a fundraising activity or have a unique partnership opportunity you would like to share with us, we embrace the opportunity to partner with you.
We take our commitment to those we serve very seriously. There are important guidelines that we follow when considering any proposal. They prohibit:
Opportunities that would compromise our Christian values and mission
Direct solicitation of our donors or sharing of their contact information
Affinity (Loyalty) programs
Promotion of specific products or services
Negative depictions of other organizations
Do you have your own idea for a partnership with World Vision? Tell us about it!
Here are answers to some frequently asked questions about partering with World Vision.
Yes, in certain situations. The law requires that the use of our name and logo fall under World Vision’s control and guidelines. If you are collecting money or hosting an event that will result in donations to World Vision feel free to use our name and logo!
No. This is a complicated and legally challenging area in fundraising. We ask our supporters to avoid making any such statements unless they are in full compliance with state and federal fundraising regulations.
That said, you are legally allowed, and more than welcome, to make a general statement that you are a supporter of World Vision. Or that, “a donation will be made to World Vision.”
No. We do not pay our supporters to fundraise on our behalf.
Exceptions will be made only after extensive discussion and a contractual agreement with World Vision. This will ensure that you are complying with all applicable legislation.
These laws include regulations on commercial co-ventures, raising money via the Internet, paid solicitors, and professional fundraisers.
It is recommended that you have your own legal counsel if you are seeking an exception. Supporters lacking counsel have significant difficulty complying with these requirements. World Vision does not provide legal advice.