Pastor Helen Epps serves her Fort Worth, Texas, community by providing World Vision Family Emergency Kits to people who are struggling economically because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Heidi and her sons were starting a new chapter in their lives when the coronavirus hit, reducing her work hours. Still, she finds she has plenty to be grateful for in her life.
How are you coping during this pandemic? We asked this question to NFL player Kelvin Beachum Jr. while he was getting treatment in between practices and games. Check out his helpful tips for you and your family, a way you can support other Americans, and his amazing proud-daddy moment.
A retired West Virginia schoolteacher and her husband channel their energy and faith into providing food to families in need during the coronavirus pandemic. Through World Vision partner, The Mustard Seed, they’re distributing fresh food to families.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, a West Virginia family received the blessing of a Fresh Food Box from World Vision and Mountain Heart Community Services. The family has struggled since losing income during the pandemic.
A West Virginia grandmother calls a World Vision Family Emergency Kit she received a “lifesaver.” It helped her cope with financial uncertainly due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Learn about what is now the world’s largest humanitarian crisis — the Yemen civil war. Conflict has affected 24 million people, 80% of the country’s population, and nearly half of them are children. It’s destroyed lives, livelihoods, homes, and infrastructure, leaving this Middle Eastern country in poverty and despair.