World Vision

Give the gift of hope by sponsoring a child

"Inside us all is something strong enough to change the world;" Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

13 year old George is one of the children sponsored through World Vision. “I am very happy that I am sponsored now; I know I will have bright future. I really appreciate World Vision for their work they should continues with the good work they are doing,” George says.

Can you find it in your heart to sponsor a child like George?

Along with Archbishop Desmond Tutu, we believe that one simple act of kindness really does have the power to transform someone's life.

Sponsoring a child is a life-enhancing experience

And not just for the child you're helping. As a sponsor you make a direct connection with an individual child. Through the regular letters, drawings and photographs you receive, you’ll see how they’re progressing. It's such a rewarding way to give.

A little goodwill helps communities stand on their own two feet

The communities World Vision work with don't expect handouts. They're made up of determined people, all they lack are some vital resources and know-how. That’s what Child Sponsorship through World Vision provides and what you can help make possible.

Child sponsorship costs £18 a month. That's just 60p a day – the price of a newspaper. The money you give goes straight to where it's needed most in the community, and you can watch that community grow through the eyes of your sponsored child.

There are thousands of children who need help now

So please, listen to your heart. Stand shoulder to shoulder with Archbishop Tutu and bring real and lasting change to a young life.

Call 0800 085 48 44 or go to World Vision and become a child sponsor today 

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