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Together, World Vision and the Walmart Foundation are providing training for 9,100 men and 21,900 women in factories in Honduras and El Salvador.
World Vision’s best-in-class supply chain capabilities can deliver Cardinal Health product to health workers in the most remote regions on earth.
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World Vision is humbled to be one of the largest, most experienced, and most respected humanitarian nonprofit organizations in the world. Our work is comprised of long-term community development projects, emergency relief operations, and advocacy programs. Through our work and partnerships, World Vision serves millions of people in nearly 100 countries around the world, including the United States.
Our experience and the quality of our work have earned us the trust of hundreds of corporate partners, government agencies, other nonprofits, and more than 3 million individual donors, supporters, and volunteers.
More than 400 American and U.S.-based multinational companies participate in World Vision’s work through financial support, product donations, and the power of their people, their customers, and their brands. Our 2014 year in review report contains examples of some of our current partnerships.
Yes. With locations throughout the United States, in high-need rural and urban hubs, World Vision offers a variety of organized volunteer opportunities. You can volunteer at one of our warehouses. Your company can host a product drive to collect hygiene and school supplies. You can participate in a teambuilding activity at your location, at a conference or meeting, or at one of our sites. Employees appreciate working for a company that demonstrates corporate social responsibility. For employees outside the United States, your corporation can work with our international staff in one of our nearly 100 locations to discuss volunteer opportunities.
Yes, in several ways. By associating your brand with World Vision, you send a clear message of corporate social responsibility to your customers, helping to build a loyal customer base. Corporations ready to think outside the box in their social responsibility efforts are turning to World Vision for creative partnership strategies that simultaneously benefit your business and create a better world, including cause marketing campaigns and much more.
For World Vision, being a Christian organization means we are called to do this work, and to do it with excellence. For our partners, it means they can rely on our drive, passion, integrity, and commitment to tangible, transformational results. World Vision staff members are motivated by faith, and we serve all people, regardless of their race, gender, ethnicity, or religion. We serve all people, of any faith or none, and do not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
As one of the world’s largest and most respected humanitarian organizations, World Vision is actively involved in initiatives that set standards for governance, management, partnership and accountability, including the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross.
Many companies double their employees’ contributions through matching gifts. You can find out if your employer matches contributions. World Vision works directly with many organizations on their employee giving campaigns, including those through the Combined Federal Campaign, United Way, and Global Impact campaigns.