Children are innocent and deserve safety. Yet, today, vulnerable girls and boys continue to face violence and exploitation.
It’s a global issue that could be bigger than we realise – and it’s time for change.
in a South Sudan community through building services and teaching life skills.
for every child you sponsor, thanks to our community-based solutions.
When you sponsor a child, your support helps transform communities so girls and boys can grow up happy and safe. With your help, World Vision works to address the root causes of violence, including reducing financial stress and gender inequality. We also work with local leaders to promote child rights.
Now, World Vision is igniting a movement of people to help vulnerable girls and boys grow up to have bright futures. This is your moment to make a difference.
14-year-old Solli Raphael is partnering with World Vision to highlight the issue of global violence against children. You can stand with him and make a difference to a vulnerable child today.
Solli became the youngest winner of the annual Australian Poetry Slam when he was 12. A budding humanitarian, he is calling on his generation to participate in conversations about issues that affect their lives and their future, including social equality, the environment and animal protection.