You can provide life-saving food and care for children.

You can provide life-saving food and care for children.

Help families fight hunger

Malnutrition is a thief. It preys upon children at their most vulnerable moments. It robs them of the chance to grow up healthy. It steals their energy and sabotages their school days. And it gives disease the upper hand.

When food is scarce, children suffer. You can help save the lives of children and their families in Ethiopia, Kenya, South Sudan, and Somalia by preventing malnutrition and restoring the health of those who are suffering.

Your gift today multiplies 7 times in impact to help children and families.

  • $150 will provide nutritious food for 6 people
  • $250 will provide 23 families with agricultural training to improve farming methods and increase crop yields
  • $375 provides livestock training to improve nutrition and income for 34 families

Please give today to provide life-saving food and care for hungry children and families. Providing food so children can thrive.

Find out if your employer is one of those that will match to World Vision!

How to Double Your Donation

  1. SEARCH:

This employer search link may be used to enter your company’s name. Or you may simply contact your employer’s Human Resources and ask whether your company matches employee donations to World Vision.

  1. Fill Out:

Print or request your company’s matching gift form, or submit via your workplace intranet. Review the program guidelines to see whether World Vision is eligible.

  1. SEND:

Mail completed form to us, and we’ll take it from there.

World Vision Matching Program
Mail Stop #120, P.O. Box 9716
Federal Way, WA 98063-9716

We’ll handle the rest, and the company will send its matching donation directly to World Vision.

What if My Company Doesn’t Match?

If your company does not currently match to World Vision, it doesn’t hurt to ask them to start. Pass on more info about how other corporations engage with World Vision.

Find our more here.

It might just inspire your employer to make a difference.

How Do Matching Gifts Help?

In 2017, World Vision’s work around the world was furthered by significant financial donations from corporations of more than $159 million in gift-in-kind donations and $13.1 million in cash grants, cause-marketing proceeds, workplace giving & matching gifts.

Your donations help bring emergency relief, clean water, food supplies, and much more to the world’s poorest communities. Your company can double this impact by matching your gift!

More questions?

Ask your human resources department, or call World Vision at 1-877-WV-MATCH (1-877-986-2824).

Workplace Giving Campaigns

Employer-sponsored charitable campaigns make a powerful difference in the lives of children and families throughout the world.

Workplace Giving Campaigns give employees and their spouses, retirees, & board members a convenient way to give to World Vision through payroll deduction.

Check with your employer today to find out how you can designate to World Vision through your Workplace Giving Campaign.

Workplace designation instructions:

  • Federal employees: Select #11117 to give through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
  • Corporate employees & United Way participants: Choose to designate to World Vision (EIN# 95-1922279) as your charity of choice, and ask your employer to match your gift.
  • State, county, and municipal employees: Check your campaign materials to find World Vision’s assigned number.

If you feel inspired to do more with your employer for World Vision, contact our coordinator to ask questions or start an activity that’s right for you:

How Do Matching Gifts Help?

In 2017, World Vision’s work around the world was furthered by significant financial donations from corporations of more than $159 million in gift-in-kind donations and $13.1 million in cash grants, cause-marketing proceeds, workplace giving & matching gifts.

Your donations help bring emergency relief, clean water, food supplies, and much more to the world’s poorest communities. Your company can double this impact by matching your gift!

More questions?

Ask your human resources department, or call World Vision at 1-877-WV-MATCH (1-877-986-2824).

Joyful children in World Vision project jump and play ©World Vision

Workplace Giving Campaigns

Employer-sponsored charitable campaigns make a powerful difference in the lives of children and families throughout the world.

Workplace Giving Campaigns give employees and their spouses, retirees, & board members a convenient way to give to World Vision through payroll deduction.

Check with your employer today to find out how you can designate to World Vision through your Workplace Giving Campaign.

Workplace designation instructions:

  • Federal employees: Select #11117 to give through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC).
  • Corporate employees & United Way participants: Choose to designate to World Vision (EIN# 95-1922279) as your charity of choice, and ask your employer to match your gift.
  • State, county, and municipal employees: Check your campaign materials to find World Vision’s assigned number.

If you feel inspired to do more with your employer for World Vision, contact our coordinator to ask questions or start an activity that’s right for you:

How to Double Your Donation

  1. SEARCH:

This employer search link may be used to enter your company’s name. Or you may simply contact your employer’s Human Resources and ask whether your company matches employee donations to World Vision.

  1. FILL OUT:

Print or request your company’s matching gift form, or submit via your workplace intranet. Review the program guidelines to see whether World Vision is eligible.

  1. SEND:

Mail completed form to us, and we’ll take it from there.

World Vision Matching Program
Mail Stop #120, P.O. Box 9716
Federal Way, WA 98063-9716

We’ll handle the rest, and the company will send its matching donation directly to World Vision.

What if My Company Doesn’t Match?

If your company does not currently match to World Vision, it doesn’t hurt to ask them to start. Pass on more info about how other corporations engage with World Vision.

Find our more here.

It might just inspire your employer to make a difference.