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World Vision

child-sponsorshipChild Sponsorship

World Vision child sponsorship is the surest way to make a personal connection with a child in need, even one halfway around the world. Your gift of $39 per month is combined with the gifts of other sponsors to build up your child’s entire community, to ensure a healthy environment for all kids and all families in the community to be able to grow and thrive. You can write to your sponsored child, too — they’ll love hearing from you! Sponsor a child today, and help them reach their God-given potential.

Sponsor a child


empowering-womenEmpowering Women

Millions of girls and women around the world suffer as a result of tragedies like abuse, child labor, sex trafficking, and early marriage — and millions more never have the chance to get an education. Help provide a lifeline of hope for a woman struggling to support her children when you give the gift of job training or a small business loan. Or bless a girl living in poverty with access to education, so she can look forward to a bright future and fulfilled dreams.

Empower women


Give Clean Water

World Vision is the leading nongovernmental (NGO) provider of clean water in the developing world, reaching one new person every 30 seconds. We work alongside communities in need, giving local people ownership and training in the maintenance and repair of water points so that water continues to flow long after our work concludes. A gift of $50 provides one person with clean water that lasts! Want more ways to give? Click below to find ways your gift for clean water can help save lives.

Give Clean Water


knit-for-kidsKnit for Kids

Knit for Kids is a nationwide program that unites thousands of volunteer knitters to fight poverty with our knitting needles. With every stitch, together we offer hope and warmth to vulnerable children living in poverty and challenging situations in the U.S. and around the world. For millions of children, a handmade item isn’t just a sweater, cap, or blanket. It’s a chance for better health. It’s protection and warmth from freezing temperatures. And it’s a symbol of support for a better future.

Knit for Kids