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HIV and AIDS: How Your Audience Can Help


One way to make a tangible difference in the global AIDS pandemic is to donate to an experienced and efficient organization like World Vision. See donation information to the right:
World Vision
888.56.CHILD
www.worldvision.org
P.O. Box 9716,
Federal Way, WA 98063

World Vision Caregiver Kits


Assembling caregiver kits is an effective, hands-on way for churches, corporations, and other groups to:
  • Equip caregivers with the practical materials they need
  • Encourage caregivers to continue caring selflessly for their neighbors

Contact Karen Kartes for more information about the Caregiver Kit program.

Interactive Content for Your News Site

You can offer your readers cutting-edge World AIDS Day content by linking to World Vision’s virtual AIDS Experience and/or the award-winning World Vision AIDS Test. Contact Rachel Wolff for permission.


Thousands have visited the World Vision AIDS Experience in venues like New York City's Grand Central Station.
Take the Virtual Tour now.

Test your knowledge. See what it will take to save a generation from the AIDS pandemic.

Why World Vision?

  • HIV & AIDS care and prevention work ongoing in 60+ countries
  • Helping AIDS-affected orphans, children and communities since 1990
  • More than 50 years of experience in relief and development
  • One million U.S. donors support our work around the world
  • 87 percent of our total revenue goes to programs benefiting people in need
For more information about World Vision's HIV and AIDS work, contact Geraldine Ryerson-Cruz.

Who Is World Vision?

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.



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