Dangerously soft-hearted. Just the right kind of dangerous.
We're a global relief, development and advocacy organization. We partner with children, families and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Empowering people to rise out of poverty
We bring real and lasting change to the lives of the world's most vulnerable children. For good.
Love is what drives us. And there's no limit to what love can do.
We're a Christian charity. As in, we're on a mission to follow Jesus' example of showing unconditional love to the poor and oppressed. Serving every child we can – of any faith, or none.
Our Core Values
We Are Christian
From the abundance of God's love, we find our call to ministry.
We Are Committed to the Poor
We are called to relieve their suffering and to promote the transformation of their condition of life.
We Value People
We regard all people as created and loved by God. We give priority to people before money, structure and systems.
We Are Stewards
We are faithful to the purpose for which resources are given and manage them in a manner that brings maximum benefit to the poor.
We Are Partners
We are members of an international World Vision Partnership that transcends legal, structural and cultural boundaries.
We Are Responsive
We are responsive to the life-threatening emergencies where our involvement is needed and appropriate.
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A history of taking action - even if it wasn't popular.
Fighting for what matters. For every child. For the last 65 years.
Helping one little girl with $5 in his pocket, Bob Pierce starts World Vision.
Coming to the aid of stranded Vietnamese refugees with Operation Seasweep.
"First in" during the Ethiopian famine. "Last out" leaving behind fertile, green valleys.
Challenging the church to care about the AIDS crisis, even when it was a tough topic.
Rebuilding lives after the Asian tsunami and Haiti earthquakes with short-term relief and long-term recovery.
Helping more than 4 million children in nearly 100 countries.