You don’t have to be an extrovert to be a great fundraiser. Discover introverts’ valuable secret skills. Tips and ideas for starting your own fundraiser.
Why sponsor a child? Find out about the benefits of sponsoring a child – for them and you – from UK child sponsors.
Discover why Simnel cake was good for you. Find out how we boost children’s nutrition now and join us in an Easter prayer.
Free Easter online games and downloadable, printable colouring pages for primary-aged children. Sign-up for World Vision UK’s Easter Countdown Calendar.
The Syrian war has now lasted 10 years. 4.8 million Syrian children have known nothing but war. How has it affected Syria’s children and childhood?
Download free activities to help your child cope with anxiety and stay positive as UK schools' coronavirus lockdown ends.
As the UK passes 20M coronavirus vaccines, how are vulnerable countries doing? World Vision's Global Field Operations Leader asks why it’s taking so long.
How to celebrate World Book Day 2021 with ideas and activities for your children at home. Plus an easy way to declutter AND fundraise for vulnerable children.
More children than ever are out of school right now. Too many of them will become vulnerable to exploitation and abuse. Find out what can you do about it.
World Vision is urging the new International Development Secretary Priti Patel to take a lead in ramping up action to eradicate child marriages by 2030.
El Niño is having a devastating impact on children in the Southern Africa region, forcing many into early marriage, child labour and dropping out of school, reveals a report by th…
World Vision reaction to the new DFID Minister, urging Ms Patel to not abandon the 0.7% aid commitment.
South Sudan: World Vision calls for protection of children as tens of thousands displaced by intense fightingWednesday 13, Jul, 2016
The fighting that erupted in South Sudan over the past five days has displaced an estimated 36,000 people, many of them are children.
World Vision today joins a new partnership to end violence against children across the world, backed by British Government funding to tackle online sexual exploitation.
World Vision urges the new Prime Minister to continue the UK's proud legacy of global leadership for children.
Heavy fighting is rocking the capital, Juba, following a flare-up in escalating violence that coincided with world's newest nation marking its fifth year of independence.
World Vision staff are hunkered down in the Juba headquarters following an outbreak of armed fighting within the capital. At one stage shooting took place in the streets outside th…
World Vision UK’s garden at the prestigious Hampton Court Palace Flower Show (HCPFS) has won the coveted gold medal today.
World Vision teams in China are distributing relief items to areas battered by continuous rainstorms and severe flooding, as more than 200 rivers in the country reach critical leve…
World Vision has supported more than 1.5million people whose lives were devastated by the Ebola virus, the charity’s latest Impact Report reveals today.
Responding to news that Britain has voted to leave the European Union, Tim Pilkington, Chief Executive of World Vision UK, said: "Following a divisive campaign, we need to re…
The International Criminal Court announced today that Jean-Pierre Bemba, an ex-rebel leader from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), has been jailed for 18 years following his …
World Refugee Day: Africa reels under refugee crisis as World Vision warns that closure of Dadaab camp will trigger new migrants waveMonday 20, Jun, 2016
Shutting the world’s largest refugee camp could unleash a new wave of human migration across North Africa and Europe, according to World Vision UK.
World Vision has paid tribute to MP Jo Cox. Charles Badenoch, Vice President, Advocacy and Justice for Children at World Vision International, said: “Jo was a shining advocate for …
Extreme weather makes children like Naaman ever more vulnerable. Kenyan communities are working together to battle climate change and feed their children.
In December 2020 the WFP received the Nobel Peace Prize. See how their work has helped millions of vulnerable children throughout our 30-year partnership with them.
Christmas 2020 is going to be a bit different. Find ideas for new Christmas traditions and ways to help your child deal with the uncertainty and changes this year.
Lizzie received a very special early Christmas gift when World Vision arranged a breakthrough virtual visit with her sponsored child six-year-old Odalis in Honduras.
Victor’s Christmas wish has come true – this is the first winter he’ll be warm at night. Now his prayer is that his friends will get the same help he’s had.
Why are children going hungry in 2020? World Vision explores why it happens, the effects of malnutrition on children and ways to support vulnerable families.
Christmas 2020 can be a Christmas of firsts for a vulnerable child, like Akuamoah. That first drink of clean water changes more than you might think.
Visit a community kitchen at the heart of one of the largest refugee camps. Food is more than a meal: Girls like Raju can enjoy time with mum, good food and learning.
World Vision UK Youth Advocate, Asini, tells us how learning about child marriage has affected her – and why sharing is the key to change.
This Halloween, shine God’s light into a dark year with Pumpkin Heroes. Bible-based resources from World Vision for a fun and bright party – in church or online.
Becoming a sponsored child helped Saru in Nepal to build a brighter future, out of poverty. Now 20, she’s helping the next generation in her community.
With Must Have Gifts, we can all share love and kindness safely this Christmas, with those who are closest to us and with vulnerable families many miles away.
In August, World Vision supporters turned out to do the Global 6K, their way. Here are some of the highlights.
At just 13 years old, Nahomy, dreams of opening the first clinic in her remote community. Child Sponsorship is helping.
Lockdown in India made girls more vulnerable to child marriage. But groups of girls protect their friends and prevent marriage from stealing their childhoods.