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Chosen: The power to choose in a child’s hands

Little boy holds photo of his new Chosen sponsors.
Voices

The blessing of being chosen

Jeanne Stevens and the child who chose her as her sponsor
Voices

Chosen: Encountering the ‘thin place of God’s presence’

From the Field

A Special Gift empowers a family to choose

A World Vision staff member hugs an 11-year-old girl who received a package from her sponsor. Learn what the Bible says about generosity.
From the Field

Packed with love: Sending letters, packages to your sponsored child

An illustration of a shipment of aid headed to Zambia.
From the Field

5,000 reasons to celebrate

The Syrian refugee crisis is now the largest refugee and displacement crisis of our time. Because of the Syrian civil war, 5.6 million people have fled Syria as refugees, putting a strain on the region’s ability to cope. And another 6.1 million people are displaced within Syria.
From the Field

Syrian refugee crisis: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

From the Field

How’d they do that: DIY Christmas crafts from around the world

Goats gifted through the World Vision Gift Catalog are benefitting families in Zambia.
Change Makers

Legacy of love from Wisconsin assisted-living centers

In the remote Andean highlands of Central Ecuador, Gift Catalog alpacas are helping communities raise themselves out of poverty.
From the Field

Gift Catalog alpacas improve income, health in Ecuador

An artisan from InAn artisan from India finds fair-trade work and partnership with World Vision to promote his hand crafts.
Change Makers

Grateful for World Vision partners

To combat drought in Zambia’s Southern Province, families are turning to livestock, particularly rearing goats. Outside his family home in Zambia, Nathan Choobwe, 9, holds a young goat, part of his family’s growing herd.
Special Features

Goats bring blessings to family facing drought