Child sponsorship is the most effective and rewarding way to help give children better futures. You can change lives for less than $2 a day.
For every dollar you donate, we can deliver food up to 11 times the value of your gift.
There are many ways you can help build lasting change for the world's children.
We are recruiting for roles like Rosie’s across our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programming. Learn more: https://t.co/MNd4qBa5l2
‘Impact’ investing a key solution to development $ gap. Potentially great outcomes w/ right p/ships+incentives @DFAT https://t.co/6yrUguYDEJ
Great to see additional $19.3m assistance for millions facing starvation in #Africa @JulieBishopMP @DFAT
50% of girls in India have no knowledge of #menstruation before they reach puberty.
Take action for MHM this #mhd2017 @MHDay28May
Today is Menstrual Hygiene Management Day & World Vision believes #education about #menstruation matters! #Mhmd2017 https://t.co/QHt304u7FQ
World Vision is on the ground responding to #SriLankaFloods. Call our media team for interviews. https://t.co/QQOANiW1O2
Today is Menstrual Hygiene Day #mhday2017: This years theme is #Education. Why? Read more
“World Vision walks with Indigenous Australians on their journey to a just reconciliation” @ClaireSRogers https://t.co/b7o3U7VuPk
"Can the West put aside nationalistic differences to address global problems" asks World Vision's Evert-Jan Ouweneel https://t.co/gp3Wd07m43
Our CEO @ClaireSRogers recently travelled to the Kimberley in Western Australia to see our early childhood work with Indigenous Australians.