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A child sponsor through World Vision since 1962, Annice Whatley has devoted her life to making the world more just for children in need.
Seven-year-old Rooney Weidemann of Montana is dedicated to sending hope to families in need by gifting animals through the World Vision Gift Catalog.
Ten-year-old Blakeleigh Snell’s gifts given through the World Vision Gift Catalog help empower children and families to lift themselves out of poverty. “It feels really good to know that I’m helping someone,” Blakeleigh says.
Ninth grade students in Texas embark upon a yearlong journey to become compassionate global leaders with a Biblical worldview. They’ll expand their knowledge as they communicate with their sponsored children — Zambian children who had the opportunity to choose them.
Take a look at the impact World Vision is making through our work in the United States by empowering families with food, essential supplies, building materials, school supplies, and responding to disasters.
Desperate need can be found not only across the ocean but also in our own neighborhoods. One in seven children in the U.S. live in poverty, and that’s why World Vision also works here at home in addition to worldwide. Join us as we pray for U.S. children and families living in poverty.