During the Ebola crisis in West Africa, Mollie Johanson — a blogger and Etsy shop owner in Illinois — donated profits from her shop to build 120 Caregiver Kits to aid World Vision’s response.
Meet men and women who are making a living with their hands — from colorful candy in the Dominican Republic to beaded jewelry in Tanzania. Then join us in praying for these artists and creators around the world.
Can you guess where in the world each of these 16 photos were taken? Hint: They’re all from places where World Vision works around the globe alongside local staff and partners. Find an answer key at the bottom with links to our country profiles…
Disaster response expert Drew Clark answers questions about violence in South Sudan, challenges of working in a conflict zone, & hope for the war-torn country.
In the highlands of Peru, a World Vision former sponsored child is now involved in local politics as an elected official in her hometown of Huanta.
When she was only 11, Kendall Ciesemier started a nonprofit to benefit children. She had no idea that 10 years later, her dream would touch thousands of lives.
For a group of New Jersey children, the goal was to give one dairy cow, but they filled an entire stable instead.
High school art students learn about more than art in Anna Wadman’s class in Westlake Village, California — they also learn about life.