Join us now as we embark on an unprecedented call to empower 300 million people* with life, hope, and a future by 2030 - in the name of Jesus Christ.Join us now as we embark on an unprecedented call to empower 300 million people with life, hope and a future by 2030 - in the name of Jesus Christ.
* Because of World Vision’s multi-sector approach, some people will participate in more than one program.
Transformation travels both ways. We’re a community coming together and responding to God’s call on our lives. The lessons learned walking with the people we serve have been rich and life-changing. Our donors have also been transformed by this journey, growing closer to the heart of God. Read 5 of their stories below:
Liza and Byron Hing met as interns in the State Department, and they fell in love partly because of their passion for international development and their shared desire to empower…
Cody Nath, 37, can’t remember a time growing up when his family didn’t have World Vision sponsored children — often two or three at a time. Then at age 14, he traveled with his father…
World Vision became an integral part of the Howard family because of the many opportunities parents Courtney and Jason found to model generosity to their two children, ages 7 years and 16 months.
Laura and Robert Abernathy had no idea what God had in store for them when their neighborhood Bible study read The Hole in Our Gospel by World Vision U.S. President Emeritus Rich Stearns.
We're able to leverage gifts from many sources - cash donations, sponsorship gifts, corporate gifts-in-kind, and public grants - to maximize the impact to reach even more children and families. And because every gift builds on another gift, each dollar donated results in more than one dollar's worth of help for kids and families.
We have philanthropy representatives who would be delighted to connect with you to share more about how to get involved with World Vision.