On March 22, 2014, the Oso mudslide bearing up to 70 feet of mud buried a mile-long stretch of highway and took the lives of 43 people. Small communities around Oso, Washington, were left grieving while handling the monumental task of rebuilding.
Standing in line at a Hurricane Irma relief goods distribution, Brenda Jennings’ voice shakes when she talks about finding out that her family had lost everything five days after Hurricane Irma hit Immokalee, Florida.
Hurricane Harvey caused record-breaking flooding across Texas. As families and communities recover, pray for Texas and the relief work.
KidREACH — a World Vision afterschool, tutoring, and mentoring program — teaches kids about healthy eating and how to cultivate fruits and vegetables. Learn how the kids at Mount Vernon Elementary School in Brownton, West Virginia, are reading, writing, and gardening.
Hurricane Matthew blasted the U.S. East Coast, leaving more than 40 people dead and thousands of homes flooded and without power. World Vision is responding to the aftermath.
As Baton Rouge families continue cleaning up their homes and assessing losses after August’s massive flood, local churches and aid groups are filling the gap for many with relief supplies.
As millions of students head back to school, World Vision and its partners equip thousands of them with the supplies they need to succeed.