The Sibblies family from New York heard about the global water crisis and decided to do something about it — walk for water so others don’t have to. They’re participating in World Vision’s Global 6K for Water.
This awesome kid came up with a creative way to use rubber ducks to raise money to buy ducks for people in need through the World Vision Gift Catalog. How?
Make the most of your charitable giving. These 7 tips might give you some new ideas on how to maximize your giving, and your tax deductions. Learn how.
This fun little recipe video shows you the secret ingredient to these tasty peppermint cookies. Share big dreams this Christmas.
World Vision started the program Pass On as a way to keep the gift of animals reaching people who face the greatest need. When a family receives Gift Catalog animals from World Vision, they agree that at some future date — usually in about a year’s time — they will donate the same number of animals to another family in need.
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.
The American Academy of Pediatrics announced new guidelines for kids’ screen time, recognizing that not all screen time is created equal. So how can you use this time for good? Here are five ideas for your family to learn, play, and change the world together.