Emergency food for children


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Emergency food for children

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, increasing their chances of survival, recovery and growing up healthy and strong. In partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme, World Vision delivers one of the world’s largest food assistance programs.

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

How would you like to send your gift?

Please select a delivery method for your gift.

Your World Vision Gift will be delivered to you as a lovely card, ready for you to add your own message.

Your printed gift order will be processed and mailed as soon as possible. We use Australia Post's “Priority” service, but delivery times vary by address so please allow 10-12 working days.

Your gift can be sent immediately as an eGift via email. Simply add your personalised message (you’ll be able to do this just before you pay for your gift today) and we’ll email your gift to your chosen recipient right away.

Want to give something in person but need it now? Printing your own card is a quick and easy way to give a World Vision Gift.

Once you've paid for your gift, you'll see a link to download an A4-sized printable PDF. We'll also send you the link via email. Please note you'll need Adobe Reader to open and print the PDF.

Don’t need a printed card or emailed version of your gift? When you select this option, we won’t send your gift to you. But we will use your generous donation to help communities in need. And we’ll still email you a receipt.
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What you're supporting

These gifts help to save lives and bring comfort and hope to families affected by conflict or natural disaster.