For the past four years, World Vision has been doing internal and external diversity and inclusion work. In 2020, we facilitated a year-long training led by pastors of color who have been prolific voices in anti-racism efforts. The virtual trainings are designed to help pastors around the country dismantle racism.
COVID-19 poses new challenges to World Vision, but our 37,000 staff and communities worldwide are working together to bring hope to children and families. We’re fighting the secondary effects of the disease — the economic, social, and long-term health impacts.
While 2020 was a challenging year between the COVID-19 pandemic, racial injustices, and more, World Vision U.S. President Edgar Sandoval Sr. sees hope as the new year approaches.
In the United States and around the world, ordinary kids are taking on the challenge of COVID-19 with small, but extraordinary, actions.
A new coronavirus is spreading rapidly around the world. As infections and the death toll rise, we turn to God for wisdom and comfort.
Coronavirus is a family of viruses, which can cause the common cold or more severe diseases such as SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome), MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome), and the new coronavirus disease called COVID-19. Learn more about the coronavirus-caused disease pandemic and how World Vision is responding worldwide.
People around the world are using their time, talents, and treasures to overcome obstacles so they can serve others in the time of COVID-19.
Learn the facts about Hurricane Laura, which hit the Gulf Coast near the Louisiana–Texas border as a Category 4 storm, and join us in prayer for people affected by the storm. More than 500,000 people were ordered to evacuate coastal areas of the two states, increasing possible exposure to COVID-19.
Travel along with a letter to a sponsored child to learn all the steps involved in getting it from your desk to the child’s hands and then the child’s response back to you.