Television host and multimedia personality Tayshia Adams cares about giving back and helping others. Tayshia supports World Vision’s Gift Catalog, refugee work, and child sponsorship.
World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. joyfully shares how World Vision has reached completed a project called “Finish the job” by reaching 1 million people with clean water in Rwanda.
World Vision works all around the world, including in places where Christianity isn’t welcome. We pray that the seeds of love we plant give way to harvests in future years. Wherever possible, we partner with faith leaders to help spiritually develop and nurture children and families.
World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. traveled to Turkana, Kenya, to see how the organization is helping people affected by the global hunger crisis. While he saw suffering, he also saw hope and resilience.
One woman found joy in supporting World Vision’s work, but when her husband died unexpectedly, she found new meaning in giving a “widow’s offering.” As part of her grieving process, she raised funds to build a water source at a health clinic in Malawi through World Vision.
World Vision U.S. President and CEO Edgar Sandoval Sr. sees God’s presence in the midst of suffering during his recent trip to the Ukraine border and reflects on past trips where he’s met refugees around the world.
At least 22.8 million people face a hunger crisis in Afghanistan, where parents are faced with the impossible choice of selling a child for food or seeing their families starve. Learn what World Vision is doing to help families affected by the Afghan hunger crisis.
Author and speaker Jon Acuff guest blogs about five simple ways you can finish strong for 2021 … and gives you the tools to end the year on a high note!