World Vision News

World Vision is a Christian relief and development organization dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty.
  1. For the Kolonos family, mere survival during the winter months is a huge struggle. But the gift of donated jackets from World Vision is about to make a crucial difference in an otherwise grim situation.
  2. The Harutyunyan family faced crushing poverty until they received a dairy cow through World Vision's Gift Catalog. Now, the family has income and resources to provide for themselves and even help others.
  3. As the U.S. economy continues to falter, World Vision provides practical help for struggling American families.
  4. Sudan, a country that has suffered decades of unrest, is two months away from a landmark referendum, possibly changing its identity forever.
  5. Check out the highlights and major advocacy successes of 2010 that couldn’t have happened without you.
  6. In the months since the earthquake shook Haiti on January 12, 2010, 10-year-old Bellanda Mathieu’s family has benefited from World Vision in almost every way: household supplies, water, healthcare, mothers’ clubs, youth clubs, child-friendly spaces, cash-for-work programs, and small-business training.
  7. Hurricane Tomas passed through western Haiti on November 4, and thankfully, Haitians were spared the worst. However, a recent cholera outbreak remains a threat to Haitians living in post-quake camps.
  8. In the six months since the 8.8-magnitude quake that hit Chile on February 27, World Vision's assistance for families like Karina and her children has given them reason to look to the future, even as major challenges remain.
  9. Sixty years after founder Bob Pierce's bold, audacious idea, World Vision has become a global organization whose presence in nearly 100 countries has helped change the lives of millions of children.
  10. Here in the United States, World Vision's partnerships with generous corporations are providing children like Ledell with the supplies they need to succeed in school.