Life, disrupted

 

82.4 million people have been forced from their homes because it was too dangerous to stay. Half of them are children.


Life, disrupted

 

82.4 million people have been forced from their homes because it was too dangerous to stay. Half of them are children.

Life, disrupted

 

82.4 million people have been forced from their homes because it was too dangerous to stay. Half of them are children.

GIVE TO RAW HOPE

Our Raw Hope program supports families in countries like the Democratic Republic of Congo, Honduras, Iraq, South Sudan, Syria and Afghanistan**.

Help children living in the world’s most dangerous places survive, recover and build a future.

 
Donation Frequency
 

How your dollars help

Your donation will help provide long-term solutions for families recovering from the effects of conflict and upheaval.

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Emotional recovery

You’ll help kids recover through structured activities and play, in safe spaces designed to help them process their emotions and build resilience.

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Immediate needs

You’ll ensure access to life-saving essentials like clean water, food, shelter, healthcare and education.

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Ongoing support

You’ll help families who have lost everything receive the tools and training they need to rebuild their lives.

What makes a place dangerous?

Disaster. War. Instability. Debilitating poverty. Hear a child explain the dangers that come with living in a fragile context.

Why give monthly?

Because there are no quick fixes. With a recurring monthly gift, you’ll provide children living through crisis with consistent support and offer them the best chance to recover. Sign up once for an easy and convenient way to give.
 

“I miss my friends from back home but I have made new friends here too. I like playing volleyball, tennis and jumping ropes.”

- Mastewal*, from Kulech meda camp in Ethiopia

*Name changed to protect her identity.

“I miss my friends from back home but I have made new friends here too. I like playing volleyball, tennis and jumping ropes.”

- Mastewal*, from Kulech meda camp in Ethiopia

*Name changed to protect her identity.

“I miss my friends from back home but I have made new friends here too. I like playing volleyball,
tennis and jumping ropes.”

- Mastewal*, from Kulech meda camp in Ethiopia

*Name changed to protect her identity.

YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS AT A GLANCE

Funding a future of freedom for vulnerable children, families and communities.

** As an International Partnership, World Vision Canada (WVC) is still operational in Afghanistan and working to meet the needs of children and their families. WVC has worked in Afghanistan but, as a result of a change in Afghanistan’s government, at this time, no Canadian raised funds (either from private donations or from government) can be programmed there due to Canadian Criminal Code restrictions. As concerned Canadians, you can call your federal Member of Parliament and express your concern and frustration that legal barriers make it impossible for Canadian charities, like WVC, to support work in Afghanistan. Raise your concerns about the significant level of needs and the urgency to remove these barriers so that life-saving work can resume.
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