Celebrity-designed, artisan-made gifts

Proceeds from our celebrity-designed, handcrafted gifts go through the World Vision Fund to empower kids and families around the world still reeling from pandemic impacts.

Headshot of Patricia Heaton wearing her "Wrapped in Hope" dip-dyed 100% silk scarf by Patricia Heaton "Wrapped in Hope" dip-dyed 100% silk scarf by Patricia Heaton Headshot of Melissa Joan Hart wearing her "These Three Remain" rose-gold toned bracelet by Melissa Joan Hart "These Three Remain" rose-gold toned bracelet by Melissa Joan Hart Headshot of Leanne Ford holding her "Around the Table" color-block mango wood salad servers by Leanne Ford "Around the Table" color-block mango wood salad servers by Leanne Ford Headshot of Meagan Good wearing "The Tie that Binds" gold tone and taupe cotton wrap bracelet by Meagan Good "The Tie that Binds" gold tone and taupe cotton wrap bracelet by Meagan Good Photo of Wé McDonald wearing her "Bonded Together" faux suede and cotton embroidered tote by Wé McDonald "Bonded Together" faux suede and cotton embroidered tote by Wé McDonald Photo of Breegan Jane holding her "Circle of Strength" upcycled papyrus grass coasters by Breegan Jane "Circle of Strength" upcycled papyrus grass coasters by Breegan Jane Headshot of Kristoffer Polaha wearing his "Further Together" waxed string adjustable bracelets by Kristoffer Polaha "Further Together" waxed string adjustable bracelets by Kristoffer Polaha Headshot of Danica McKellar wearing her "Love and Grace" silver-toned necklace with ruby-colored-glass by Danica McKellar "Love and Grace" silver-toned necklace with ruby-colored-glass by Danica McKellar
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5 ways to pray for lasting change

In so many areas of life — personal, social, political — transformation can be a long and sometimes arduous journey, punctuated by unexpected setbacks. But our faith tells us that God works through even the messiest of processes to make all things new — including our very selves. Whether you’re longing for change in your own life, in the life of a loved one, or in the world more broadly, prayer is one way in which you can be part of the transformative work God is doing. Here are a few ideas to get you started — and keep you going — as you pray for lasting change.

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As global disasters and humanitarian crises persist, World Vision’s support for vulnerable communities extends far beyond immediate disaster response. Discover how our interventions and programs have opened the doors to long-term partnership with communities and helped empower children and families worldwide.