Read the stories of some of World Vision’s generous donor partners who have answered the call and made the financial commitment to become Visionaries — a group of World Vision supporters who strive to help transform the lives of children, families, and communities in the name of Christ, recognizing that in doing so, their own lives are also transformed.
Child labor is work that deprives children of their childhood, their potential and their dignity, and is harmful to physical and mental development. As many as 152 million children worldwide are engaged in child labor. Let’s break this topic down — in photos.
Nicole Wetmore, a pastor from California, sponsored the child on her race bib at the Global 6K for Water in 2018. Because of her choice, an unforgettable moment was in store in her not even six months later.
In the heart of New York City at Bryant Park, World Vision is bringing charitable giving to life Nov. 25-27 through the Give-back Gift Shop, an interactive pop-up shop where thousands are learning how one simple gift can light up an entire community.
Find out what draws major donors to World Vision and why they feel led to make significant investments in ending extreme poverty worldwide.
The 1 millionth kit makes its journey in the San Francisco Bay area from 7-year-old Caroline at Menlo Church to 9-year-old Estefani at Familia Cristiana Verbo.
A pastor’s challenge inspires a Sunday school teacher and her students to give the gift of goats.
Judy Carlson, 71, walked the 2017 Global 6K for Water at her own pace — slowly and steadily, using her cane for support. Six kilometers is the average distance people in the developing world walk for water. Judy walked her 6K for 6-year-old Bintou from Mali. Who will you walk for?