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Child sponsorship FAQs

the sponsorship programme. This is because sponsored children are representatives of their community and

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Christmas Card Bounceback Thank You email landing page - single sponsors
some of our sponsored children in Cambodia wanted to sing Jingle Bells to

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Christmas Card Bounceback Thank You email landing page - multi sponsors
thank you for sending your sponsored children their Christmas cards … some of our sponsored children in Cambodia wanted to sing Jingle Bells to

Survey finds huge drop in children’s letter writing

Half of British school children (48%) say they’ve never written a letter to a friend, reveals a survey by charity World Vision.
education which sponsored children get is often poor. Letter writing helps

Why sponsor a child

Why sponsor a child? 7 reasons why it’s one of the best ways you can change a child’s life and make a difference in the world.
just give sponsored children money each month. …  3.  Empower sponsored children to say how they feel and be part of changing … America and Eastern Europe to meet their sponsored children.

5 reasons to sponsor a child

School out and summer in full swing, we're set for those special moments, when memories are made, days are long and full of promise, to have new adventures and and make a difference in this world. But, realistically, can you find time to be positive, healthy, helpful and focussed on relationships, all at the same time? Well, it turns out the answer is yes. Find out how.
America and Eastern Europe to meet their sponsored children. … life 3.  Empower sponsored children to say how they feel and be part of changing … just give sponsored children money each month.

Lives fractured by the floods: India’s monsoon survivors

First hand accounts of India's monsoon response
worthwhile. Meeting some of our sponsored children and listening to their stories made me see

Mexico quake: World Vision readies to respond following strongest earthquake in a century

As Friday drew on, the full extent of the earthquake damage in southern Mexico has been revealed with at least 32 people dead.
sponsored children and their communities.

Sponsorship brings Uttam friendship and hope

Our Children’s Communications Officer, Lauren Vail, travelled to India and had the great privilege of meeting Uttam, a World Vision sponsored child.
of the community. Uttam is one of these sponsored children.

Jerome Flynn faces the reality of violence against children in Myanmar

World Vision UK ambassador, Jerome Flynn, visited Myanmar to see our work and support the campaign #ItTakesAWorld to end violence against children. He met with street children, victims of trafficking and a former child solider.
who has sponsored children through World Vision since

World Vision’s emergency teams on standby as fierce cyclone hits Mozambique and threatens floods across Southern Africa

World Vision, has warned that tropical cyclone Dineo which hit the shores of Mozambique on Wednesday evening will further exacerbate the food crisis situation across Southern Africa.

Identity Crisis in the Lake Chad Basin

With no home, family or jobs refugees in the Sayam Refugee and Displaced People’s Camp in the Lake Chad Basin struggle with their sense of identity. World Vision spoke to three refugees to hear what the crisis has taken from them and how they are trying to cope. Nelly’s family found shelter in one of Armenia’s remote communities, which also happens to be supported by our child sponsors in the UK – Stepanavan, located in the northern part of the country. In Stepanavan, the mayor helped to find the family a small house to live in, and our office provided the family with a cow, as well as the necessary bedding for the new house, and helped to register them in the local schools. Today Nelly and her four siblings are all sponsored children.

Starting over in Stepanavan, with help from child sponsors

In April 2016, eight-year-old Nelly’s family fled their village when heavy fighting broke out between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces in the Southeast of the country. Nelly’s family found shelter in one of Armenia’s remote communities, which also happens to be supported by our child sponsors in the UK – Stepanavan, located in the northern part of the country. In Stepanavan, the mayor helped to find the family a small house to live in, and our office provided the family with a cow, as well as the necessary bedding for the new house, and helped to register them in the local schools. Today Nelly and her four siblings are all sponsored children.
Today Nelly and her four siblings are all sponsored children.

5 reasons to sponsor a child

How to achieve all New Year's resolutions in one simple move. Feel great, help others, form positive relationships and sponsor a child today.
America and Eastern Europe to meet their sponsored children.

The many things my child needs

What was the last thing your child needed? This New Year, World Vision asks bloggers to think about the most recent thing their children needed.

Life with El Niño in Latin America | World Vision UK

The El Niño weather phenomenon is affecting countries across Latin America, including Bolivia and Honduras. Crops are failing and communities are being split. Read one family’s story with World Vision.
including our sponsored children and their families in countries like

Celebrity Supporters

We’re very grateful to have the support of several famous faces to promote the work we’re doing throughout the world.
artist Ruby Hammer has sponsored children with World Vision for over ten years.

Sponsorship brings hope in Armenia

Twin brothers, Hakob and Davit, have both suffered from cerebral palsy since early childhood in Armenia. Unable to go to school due to their condition, the boys live with their mother Julieta and their two elder brothers in desperate living conditions. Their sponsors in the UK have helped them access essential resources and kept the family hopeful for a brighter future.
a few years ago when Hakob and Davit became sponsored children. Their sponsors in the UK have helped them

Mountains never meet, but friends do

Amy, a World Vision UK sponsor, travels huge distances across Tanzania to meet a special little girl, Maria, who she's sponsored for over nine years. In her blog, Amy shares about her wonderful day meeting Maria and her family.

Our week in Tanzania: Tears, Laughter and Inspiration

In the summer of 2016, Michael and Janet Butler travelled to Tanzania with a group of sponsors, to meet Ester, their sponsored child and to see how their monthly donations are bring put to good use.