All around the world, boys and girls play the world’s most popular sport — the game we in the U.S. call soccer and the rest of the world calls football.
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.
We spoke with Wendy Bradshaw, executive director of community affairs and philanthropy at Thirty-One Gifts, to learn more about why they work with World Vision and the impact Giving Tuesday will have.
Find out what draws major donors to World Vision and why they feel led to make significant investments in ending extreme poverty worldwide.
After a Christmas gift opened up a new world for Lucy, a 16-year-old from Missouri, she now dedicates her time to advocate for children through World Vision.
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.
Jesse, 16, saved his paychecks for nearly three years to build a home for a struggling woman and her children through the World Vision Gift Catalog. He sacrificed himself through physical labor and resisting temptation to spend his hard-earned money so that a family he doesn’t even know could have a better life.