You don’t have to wait until you graduate to change the world. With World Vision Ignite, students learn about poverty and injustice –and are equipped to act today.
See how this K-12 Christian curriculum combined with experiences and relationships can ignite the hearts and minds of your students. We look forward to talking with you and sharing how we can bring Ignite to your school.Get in Touch
“Experience in and of itself is not enough. Experiences have to take place in the context of relationships. Human beings are relational - we learn in the context of relationships.”
“World Vision built a school building for the children in our community. They gave me school supplies, bags, pencils, and other necessities for school … World Vision was always there for me before, and now I am one of their volunteers.”
"What this whole entire thing is doing is empowering students… The idea here is that if we pour our gifts into people that are in need, that we can do good. But it’s not as an adult—high school kids can do it.”
“As a parent, to see your daughter become an advocate for someone thousands of miles away who she may never meet, or even experience their culture, to have her have that kind of compassion, that kind of foresight that she needs to make a difference…she taught me to look beyond [my] bubble because of her partnership with World Vision.”
"When you're actually in face-to-face with a child in severe poverty, there’s a passion within you that comes about…It all becomes real. It’s right in front of you; you can actually see it. It truly does ignite you. You form those personal connections—and you form them fast.“
“Our role not always to give suggestions or solutions, but to pray for them, to ask questions about what their situation is like, and to see how we might partner with them. I think God put different parts of the church in different parts of the world to strengthen each other, especially as we start to work together even more."
Hear students, teachers, and sponsored children talk about their experiences meeting new friends, encountering new challenges, and finding new opportunities to serve.
"As part of its response to the coronavirus outbreak, the evangelical humanitarian charity World Vision is producing an eight-week online chapel series and curriculum resources to be utilized by Christian schools across the United States as students remain at home during the pandemic."
Help create a generation of young people who are passionate about their faith and equipped to change the world.
Cracking The Code: Building Christian Leaders in a Turbulent World
by Dr. Michael Chen, Head of School for Pacific Bay Christian School in Pacifica, California.
This free resource offers a closer look at one headmaster’s personal experience with Ignite and how it transformed the hearts and minds of students at his school.