Disaster Relief Gifts

Supporting children and families when disaster strikes

Disaster Relief Gifts

Supporting children and families when disaster strikes


When natural disaster or conflict strikes, World Vision can be on the ground within 24-72 hours providing humanitarian assistance with your support. This selection of disaster relief gifts offers comfort to children and families at their most vulnerable. Each gift has the power to help save lives, providing vital support as communities recover and rebuild.



Chicken and eggs gift

Blankets to keep warm
$15

Blankets provide essential warmth and protection against freezing temperatures and give much needed comfort to children and families made homeless by conflict and disaster.

  • Help protect street children and children in need from the bitter winter cold.
  • Offers a sense of security and warmth to newborns and children of all ages.
  • A welcome source of warmth for those made homeless by displacement and disaster.

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Chicken and eggs gift

Solar lanterns
$20

Solar lanterns help refugees in an emergency, provide security and illuminate paths to safety, shining light so children can study and keep up with their learning in times of upheaval. Solar lanterns:

  • Provide comfort and safety when disaster strikes.
  • Help children stay in school by providing light during the night so students can study.
  • Reduce kerosene consumption which leads to a reduction in emissions.

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a girl with a goat

Emergency food for children
$40

Help provide emergency food during humanitarian crisis or natural disaster to young children in need. You can help reduce and prevent malnutrition in young children, increase their chances of survival, recover and grow up healthy and strong.
In partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme, World Vision deliver one of the world’s largest food assistance programs.

  • Your gift will help distribute essentials like rice, wheat, beans, among other nutrient rich supplements for young children and their families.
  • Empower families to build food security for their children.
  • Help meet the immediate needs of children and families experiencing the trauma of conflict or disaster.

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Chicken and eggs gift

Emergency medical kits
$50

A gift with the ability to help heal children during a crisis situation, the emergency medical kit provides essential items including antiseptic, band-aids and bandages to help children and their families treat minor cuts, bruises, prevent infection and provide care and comfort for children in an emergency.

  • An emergency kit helps bring immediate relief and care while helping to prevent infection.
  • Includes antiseptic, bandages and band-aids to provide comfort and care to injured children.
  • Deliver relief to survivors of humanitarian disaster or conflict when it’s needed the most.

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children walking through crop

Emergency shelter
$100

Emergency shelter provides essential refuge ensuring children and families are kept safe, dry and together when disaster strikes. Not only shelter but a sanctuary where families can recover and begin to rebuild their lives.

  • Providing shelter materials helps to restore a family’s dignity and security in times of crisis.
  • Temporary housing provides a safe space for young children.
  • Emergency shelter is critical to basic survival particularly ahead of areas affected by monsoon season.

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Nurturing life in refugee camp 

Mother and son with emergency meal pack


As violence erupted in Myanmar in August 2017, Jaheda and her family were among 700,000 Rohingya refugees to flee into neighbouring Bangladesh. Jaheda was heavily pregnant and gave birth to Minara, now 19 months, as they escaped the conflict.  

With no food for herself, Jaheda struggled to breastfeed her baby. “When I arrived in Bangladesh, she was about to die,” recalled Jaheda. “People were telling me, ‘your daughter will not live’. I thought, ‘Oh my god, am I going to lose my baby?’” 

Jaheda took Minara to a World Vision nutrition centre in the camp at Cox’s Bazar where her family found refuge. Minara was given Plumpy’Sup, a ready-to-use high energy food specially designed to treat acute malnutrition. After 10 visits over five months, Minara began to thrive. She was happy, healthy and playful. 

“She had moderate acute malnutrition. Now she’s cured,” says Mainuddin a World Vision nutrition team leader.  

When you choose a gift like Emergency food for children, you can help save the lives of children like Minara in crisis hotspots all around the world and help restore hope for families who have lost everything.

 

The impact of your donation

170

This is how many emergencies we responded to in 2018.

33,180

people affected by disasters receive help through World Vision every day on average. 

600+

World Vision disaster specialists are stationed in over 100 countries, ready to respond within hours when emergency strikes. 


Gift card the goat


For every gift purchased, you’ll receive a beautiful card to give to your friends and family that describes how their gift is helping children and communities in need.