News & Stories

Hurricane Katrina flattened much of the coast of Louisiana and Mississippi. Rich Stearns, then-president of World Vision U.S., visited the area to comfort families impacted by the disaster and meet with church leaders whom World Vision equipped to participate in the recovery.
From the Field

2005 Hurricane Katrina: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

The Iraq conflict has created an extreme humanitarian crisis, where about 2.3 million people remain displaced and more than 8 million people need assistance.
From the Field

Iraq conflict: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

Christians are called to serve the most vulnerable children around the world. Here are the top four ways World Vision tackles poverty in the United States.
From the Field

4 ways World Vision tackles poverty in the United States

Clothing keeps children healthy by protecting them and giving them opportunities to play and be active.
From the Field

5 clothing items to keep kids healthy

Photographer Matthew Paul Turner witnessed 335 children have the opportunity to choose their sponsor through World Vision’s “Chosen.” See this experience through his lens.
Voices

The sacred dignity of children through a photographer’s lens

Syrian siblings laugh together inside their tent in a refugee settlement.
From the Field

Syrian refugee children find hope in thankfulness

Child rights, child labor in Bangladesh. Sabbir, 7, and his 11-year-old brother, Babu, carry packages and bags for money for 13 hours a day and sleep in parked buses.
From the Field

Child rights: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

At their home in India, Monika, 22, and her 3-year-old son, Ayush, gaze at Monika’s youngest child, 1-month-old Rishika, peacefully sleeping. When she was carrying Rishika, Monika lost weight because of nausea and vomiting. She turned to another mother, Neha, a World Vision-trained volunteer, for support. Neha provided iron and calcium supplements and advised her to eat the simple, easily digested food she needed to deliver a healthy baby.
From the Field

Health: Signs of progress and reasons to hope

This holiday shopping season, check out four gift ideas that might surprise you for those important people in your life — and one idea just for you.
Voices

2019 top 5 surprising Christmas gift ideas — including one for yourself!

The AIDS pandemic has devastated families, leaving children without the care and support they need to grow, survive, and thrive. UNICEF estimates that 16.5 million children have been orphaned due to HIV and AIDS.
From the Field

HIV and AIDS: Facts, FAQs, and how to help

People who attended World Vision’s Give-back Gift Shop in New York City were able to complete activities together as they learned about how poverty affects families in developing countries.
Change Makers

How to teach your children generosity this Christmas

Christmas gift guide - World Vision Gift Catalog - Gift Finder
Change Makers

Christmas Gift Catalog gift guide