World Vision celebrity spokespeople
World Vision welcomes the vocal support of all people in our collaborative efforts to build a better world for children. Listed below are people in the public eye who are working with us to raise awareness and encourage action on behalf of children living in extreme poverty.
The diversity of their voices and the range of their influence help World Vision bring attention to many crises and conditions created or worsened by extreme poverty.
Patricia HeatonWomen and girls
Ms. Heaton is featured in World Vision's women and girls-focused gift catalog. She also starred in a TV and radio PSA shortly after the Asia Tsunami.
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Dennis FranzHIV and AIDS; Tsunami
Mr. Franz has starred in two separate PSAs for World Vision, one highlighting the magnitude of the AIDS pandemic with an urge to respond, and one about the tsunami disaster and the relief and development work of World Vision in the region. Click below to see/hear the tsunami PSA from Dennis Franz:
John AmosChild Soldiers/Ending the war in Northern Uganda
Mr. Amos is working with World Vision to advocate for an end to the war in Northern Uganda to protect and save children’s lives. Over the past two decades, children have been kidnapped and forced to become child soldiers by the rebel group in control in the north, the LRA (Lord's Resistance Army). World Vision and Amos are urging Americans to contact their members of Congress and the President to insist that the U.S. help end this terror immediately.
Jennifer O’NeillHIV and AIDS, HopeChild Sponsorship
Ms. O'Neill is the host of World Vision's television program, "Precious in His Sight," which features stories of children orphaned or made vulnerable due to HIV and AIDS. World Vision offers HopeChild sponsorship to help provide care and support to children most severely impacted by HIV/AIDS worldwide: www.worldvision.org/hope.
If you represent a celebrity, athlete or other high-profile individual interested in teaming with World Vision to help the world’s children reach their full potential, please contact email@example.com.
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