Having experienced hunger growing up, a World Vision Child Ambassador now uses her talents to fundraise for World Vision Family Emergency Kits to help feed hungry families in the United States.
Seeking maximum tax deductions for 2020? Donate to charities? See how the CARES Act removal of the cap on charitable cash contributions could help you.
Cold-weather clothing means more than just warmth for a child in need. It can help keep a child in school during winter. It can help keep them healthy in the frigid months. And it can help a vulnerable family stretch their income just a little further.
Why should you donate on Giving Tuesday? Here are five reasons why sharing your blessings on Giving Tuesday, December 1, will brighten your holidays — and kids’ and families’ lives.
We’ve all been there — agonizing over what to buy for the toughest people on our Christmas lists. It can be disheartening to spend hours earnestly searching for the perfect gift, only to come up short.
This Christmas, we make it easy for you to knock out all of your shopping in one fell swoop. Choose joy with presents that match the recipient’s personality — animals from the World Vision Gift Catalog. Honor the people in your life by donating farm animals in their names to help others in need. You simply can’t go wrong. So grab a pen and paper, sit back, and take notes. We’ve got you covered with feathered and furry farm animals — from ducks to alpacas — sure to put a smile on the faces of even the toughest to buy for.
In a year like no other, we could all use an extra dose of joy. Why not share a little more with your loved ones this Christmas? It’s easy — with gifts that give back through the World Vision Gift Catalog. This season’s catalog features handcrafted jewelry and home décor items designed by celebrities like Sadie Robertson Huff, Patricia Heaton, Melissa Joan Hart, Wé McDonald, and Leanne Ford. Each unique gift helps empower people to rise out of poverty by meeting specific, urgent needs through the World Vision Fund. Learn the stories of the artisans behind these beautiful gifts that change lives.
Best-selling author Debbie Macomber has empowered knitters for years through Knit for Kids and World Vision. Now she is encouraging people to sew masks that will be included in World Vision’s Family Emergency Kits, which are distributed to families in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Have fun with your family this Christmas season with these at-home activities that teach valuable lessons about gratitude, generosity, and giving back.
In the United States and around the world, ordinary kids are taking on the challenge of COVID-19 with small, but extraordinary, actions.