A Kentucky tornado survivor knows she’s not alone. A community of volunteers and donors is coming together to support those recovering from the tornadoes that swept through Kentucky and neighboring states.
A series of deadly tornadoes devastated more than 200 miles of the U.S. Midwest and South on December 10, 2021, affecting hundreds of thousands in at least six states. Learn more about the tornadoes and what World Vision is doing to help affected families.
In 2021, the world continued to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic along with wars and political unrest. Refugees and displaced peoples fled violence. Natural disasters spread destruction in their wake. But there were also small and big moments of joy to celebrate. See what World Vision’s communicators captured in this extraordinary year.
Ten-year-old Blakeleigh Snell’s gifts given through the World Vision Gift Catalog help empower children and families to lift themselves out of poverty. “It feels really good to know that I’m helping someone,” Blakeleigh says.
Desperate need can be found not only across the ocean but also in our own neighborhoods. One in seven children in the U.S. live in poverty, and that’s why World Vision also works here at home in addition to worldwide. Join us as we pray for U.S. children and families living in poverty.
Jonathan Nez, Navajo Nation president, says the personal protective equipment donations for frontline workers are equipping them to do battle against the monster that is COVID-19, which has invaded their communities.
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.