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World Vision in the U.S.


Media Contacts
Karen Kartes
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John Yeager
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Laura Cusumano Blank
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Latest Press Releases
09/02/2009Senator Frist and convention delegates support AIDS-affected people ...
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08/29/2008World Vision prepares relief goods, staff for Gustav’s landfall

Americans who want to help children in need locally and globally have a lot of choices through World Vision, and we’re continually inspired by our donors' passion to make a difference.

In the United States, World Vision partners with thousands of individuals, churches, schools, corporations and community-based organizations to build a better world for children. Child sponsorship is one of the best ways to help a child and his or her entire community break free from poverty. World Vision also serves children in need domestically through its U.S. Programs.
Team World Vision
Through Team World Vision, participants use the sport or activity of their choice to bring help and hope to children who have been orphaned and made vulnerable by AIDS.

For young people wanting to make a difference, World Vision offers awareness and fundraising programs such as 30 Hour Famine and Acting on AIDS. And people of all ages are engaging their communities through exciting opportunities like World Vision's Gift Catalog, SchoolTools, Team World Vision and more.


For stories of ordinary people making a powerful difference for the world's children, please contact us.


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World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.



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Steve Panton
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Rachel Wolff
Disaster Response

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Cynthia Colin
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John Yeager
Domestic Campaigns
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Karen Kartes
Corporate Partnerships

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Dean Owen
Executive Affairs

"Experience: AIDS" Tour
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