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Corporate Partner

Soapbox is changing lives—one bar at a time

“World Vision is an excellent partner. Working with them helps us to save lives!” —Cecilia Tran, Impact Manager at Soapbox When COVID-19 hit, hair and body care retailer, Soapbox, began looking for a strong partner to distribute their soap to people in need. World...
Product Donation

The Power of Giving … with Thirty-One Gifts

“It is so powerful to see the impact our products can have in spreading hope—whether it’s to survivors of a natural disaster, refugees, or children in poverty.” —Cindy Monroe, Founder and CEO of Thirty-One Gifts. For the past six years, Thirty-One Gives (the charitable...
Cause Marketing

Cause Marketing during COVID-19

While nearly 3 million people have tested positive for COVID-19, many more have been affected by the near-total economic shutdown. Companies are scrambling to adapt as consumers tighten spending, but agile companies are using cause marketing to emerge into a “new normal” with exponentially...
Product Donation

5000 Containers: A Milestone to Celebrate

World Vision has reached a milestone in humanitarian aid relief. On July 18, 2019th the organization shipped its 5,000th international container to Zambia. The container included bikes from Free Bikes 4 Kidz, clothing from Abercrombie & Fitch Co., school and hygiene supplies from World

Adventurer Manufacturing

Adventurer Manufacturing is an experience driven company that has been building adventure vehicles, most recently in Yakima, Washington, for over 50 years. In 1969, Erdman Epp envisioned a company that fostered good business ethics and has worked diligently to ensure their employees have opportunities

Engage your employees through Kit Building

World Vision’s kit building events are easy and fun! And every kit your employees build will help improve the lives of children and families. We deliver kit supplies directly to your event location. In addition, we offer personal event coaching and marketing resources to

Women helping women through Curves Fitness

As an owner, Sharon Gentry is committed to making a difference in her community. Sharon Gentry, owner of Curves Fitness in Federal Way, WA, began her partnership with World Vision in 1994 through child sponsorship. She has appreciated the work that World Vision has

World Vision’s GLOBAL 6K FOR WATER®

Every spring, thousands of people around the world walk or run six kilometers to provide clean water for children in developing countries. It’s a fun, healthy way to engage employees and customers. Last year in the U.S. alone, more than 35,000 people and 36

Corporate Partner

Comfortable socks for people in need

Two entrepreneurs on a mission to help the homeless. Bombas exists to help support the homeless community in the United States. David Heath and Randy Goldberg launched the company in 2013, after learning that socks are the #1 most requested clothing item in homeless...