Join author Danielle Strickland as she pauses to pray during this especially chaotic Christmas season. Take postures of surrender, generosity, and mission, taking time to build a more peaceful life in the Advent season.
Why should you donate on Giving Tuesday? Here are five reasons why sharing your blessings on Giving Tuesday, December 1, will brighten your holidays — and kids’ and families’ lives.
We’ve all been there — agonizing over what to buy for the toughest people on our Christmas lists. It can be disheartening to spend hours earnestly searching for the perfect gift, only to come up short.
This Christmas, we make it easy for you to knock out all of your shopping in one fell swoop. Choose joy with presents that match the recipient’s personality — animals from the World Vision Gift Catalog. Honor the people in your life by donating farm animals in their names to help others in need. You simply can’t go wrong. So grab a pen and paper, sit back, and take notes. We’ve got you covered with feathered and furry farm animals — from ducks to alpacas — sure to put a smile on the faces of even the toughest to buy for.
Have fun with your family this Christmas season with these at-home activities that teach valuable lessons about gratitude, generosity, and giving back.
World Vision is back in New York City’s Bryant Park for our third annual Give-back Gift Shop this Giving Tuesday. Even if you can’t join us there, learn how to create your own experience at home with your family through these simple activities that have been featured at Give-back Gift Shop.
There’s something special about handmade crafts at Christmastime. So we asked some of the children and families we help around the world to share their favorite Christmas crafts with you! Learn how to make DIY Christmas crafts from Armenia, Cambodia, the Dominican Republic, Lesotho, and the Philippines.
The season of Advent can be an invitation to prepare your heart and reflect on your faith journey. Through this Advent prayer guide, learn from the faith of the women in the story of Jesus’ birth and how they were called by God to live lives of influence.
In an excerpt from one of his Christmas radio broadcasts, World Vision founder Bob Pierce shares the story of the first orphanage he supported in Korea.