Where Help is Most Needed
World Vision, A Non-Profit Organisation in Singapore
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy non-profit organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
Singapore is one among the 100 countries around the world in which World Vision has set its footprint to strengthen its mission - serving all people, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.
Children are the greatest indicators of a community’s well-being. Children are also the most vulnerable in the hands of a crisis facing its drastic consequences. These vulnerable children are the core focus of our non-profit organisation.
Our commitment to these children is to aid their communities in breaking free from poverty’s grip with sustainable approaches and restoring their hope for a life in all its fullness.
Understand How Our Non-Profit Organization Works | World Vision Singapore
From supporting children in crisis, providing timely disaster response to strengthening their needs such as education, economic livelihood, and food security, World Vision strives to drive economic development in the most underprivileged communities.
Learn How You Can Contribute
You can journey with a vulnerable child as their child sponsor and be their beacon of hope through child sponsorship. Besides that, there are also other ways you can contribute to make an impact. You can choose to respond to a specific disaster and be the light in their darkness. You can make a legacy gift to our non-profit organization in Singapore and be the assurance of a bright future for children in a poor community. Your charitable donation paves the way for a brighter future for the children.
You can really change lives, not just the life of the child you are sponsoring, but the whole community there. I see it as a future investment. The children that are being helped now, could be leaders of tomorrow.
A World Vision volunteer and child sponsor