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Tomorrow morning, World Vision will deploy a 53-foot semi-truck filled with relief supplies from its supply warehouse in Texas to families and communities in South Carolina that have been affected by last week’s deadly flooding.
World Vision is sending supplies to boost the local response by churches and community organizations.
World Vision applauds the introduction of the Reach Every Mother and Child Act in the House, and calls on all Members of the House to co-sponsor this important legislation.
Testimony will focus on the realities on the ground in the Syria humanitarian crisis, the impact on children, and what action World Vision hopes to see from the U.S. government.
Evangelical Immigration Table urges Congress and the Obama administration to welcome refugees and significantly increase the number of refugees the country admits in the next fiscal year.
Over 150 heads of state will gather in New York from September 25 to 27 to adopt an ambitious agenda to eradicate extreme poverty within the next 15 years.
Parents left with difficult decisions as aid runs short. Aid organization has been helping families impacted by conflict in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan with food, water, health, child friendly spaces and more.
Ten years ago, Hurricane Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast and submerged most of New Orleans. Here’s a look back at how World Vision worked with local partners to respond to the disaster, ultimately providing more than $9 million in goods to more than 318,000 survivors and more than $1.5 million in grants to affected churches and families.