World Vision is calling all youths who desire to be change agents in making poverty history!

We work with schools, organisations and youths to raise global leaders who are aware of issues related to poverty and humanitarianism worldwide, and want to be empowered to make a difference in the world.

If you believe that your generation can bring about change, we invite you to join us in our fight against poverty and injustice. For a start, you can follow our youth social media accounts on Instagram and Facebook!

30 Hour Famine Camp


Annually in June, an average of 1,000 youths aged 14 to 18 go without food for 30 hours, as a mark of solidarity against global issues of poverty, hunger and injustice. During the 30 hours, real life simulation activities shed light on global food security issues, and help develop critical thinking and global citizenry in them. The camp aims to educate and empower you to take action for children in need worldwide. Check out the 30 Hour Famine Camp microsite to see what we’ve been up to for our 30th anniversary of the 30 Hour Famine Camp and to stay updated!

If you are interested to organise your own DIY Famine Camp in your school, church, or among your families and friends, we would like to speak with you! We’ll walk alongside you all the way and can also provide you with the right support and resources.

Email to find out more.



Youth Ambassador Programme

Will you speak up for the voiceless? Will you spark meaningful change?

Join World Vision Singapore’s Youth Ambassador Programme, and unveil real issues, meet other humanitarian-minded people and create lasting change.

The Youth Ambassador Programme exposes youths aged 15 to 22 to overseas community development work, and inspires them to be change agents. Our ambassadors will have the chance to speak at forums relating to global poverty, interact with like-minded people, and be empowered as social leaders through mentorship.

Simply download the form, have it completed and email us at with the completed forms.

Good luck and we look forward to your applications!



Global Youth Network

If you desire to meet in a collaborative space to exchange ideas and organise events to advocate for the needy, join the Global Youth Network. You will also be trained to hone your advocacy skills and leadership potential.

Click here or email to find out more.

School Talks

Raise their understanding on global humanitarian issues. Invite World Vision to speak at your school assembly and other youth gatherings that you may be organising. We strive to empower youths to fight poverty and be good global citizens.

Email to find out more.

Music Talent Search

Do you believe in the power of music to change lives?

If you have a talent in singing, playing a musical instrument or songwriting, get in touch with us at to see how you can use your talents for a good cause.


Love Loaf

A coin bank that symbolises life-giving bread for those in need; it can be filled with loose change as a class or with a group of friends, and returned to World Vision when it is full.

Youth Internship

Our interns gain significant humanitarian knowledge and professional development opportunities, and a chance to effect change in needy communities worldwide through their leadership, advocacy, writing and speaking skills. We welcome those with a passion for underserved children, a flair for speaking/singing/event management and marketing – basically those ready to help impoverished children around the world.

Email to find out more.



Child Sponsorship & World Buddies Programme

Sponsor a child for S$45 a month, where you provide a child with the five basic needs of food, clean water, healthcare, education and economic opportunities.

Visit the Child Sponsorship page to find out more.

The World Buddies Programme also allows students to sponsor a child as a class or group. Children from needy communities will have big brothers and sisters writing to them and inspiring them.

If the annual sponsorship of S$540 is shared amongst a class of 30, life-changing transformation for a child amounts to S$18 per student each year. That is just five cents a day! Contributions can be made via phone collection or online, which is hassle-free.

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