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my world!

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Hi, my name is Marselinus Songgo.

I am a 3-year-old boy from Indonesia.
My birthday is on 26 Apr 2019.

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Hi, we're World Vision

We're an international Christian humanitarian organization helping children, families, and their communities overcome poverty and injustice, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender.

 
 
High Impact

 

We keep costs low and deliver high impact. In 2021, 82.8% of our funds raised were used for programmes that benefitted more than 1.6 million people in need, half of whom are children.

 
 
Community-based

 

We are empowering communities in more than 20 countries worldwide- guiding and equipping them so that progress is sustained, continued, long after we've left.

 
 
Love

 

is what drives everything we do. We believe every child matters, and we work together with people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender to make the world a better place for children.

 
 
Courageous

 

We go boldly into the world's toughest places, reaching the most vulnerable children. We speak out against poverty and injustice - and help communities find their own voices too.

Child Sponsorship

THE POWER IN YOUR HANDS!

For only $45 a month, you join our incredible community of child sponsors who, like you, are dedicated to giving the most vulnerable children a bright future.

 
 

Everything you need to know
about your sponsorship.

SPONSOR'S GUIDE

 
 

For every child you help,
4 more children benefit.

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The power to choose
in a child's hands.

BE CHOSEN

Children we serve

Together with your support, we are bringing about real change for children, families and communities in more than 20 countries worldwide.
From Singapore to the world. With love.

 

Real Stories. Real Children.

Your donations in action

 

How the world's most hungry children are paying for the Ukraine conflict

As the Ukraine conflict, climate shocks, and ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic converge to undermine food supplies and economies, the risk of famine continues to intensify for children and families worldwide. Approximately 50 million girls, boys and their families in 45 countries are on...

From abuse and hopelessness to thriving and dreaming

Xa is only 14 years old, but for years, she could see her future: early marriage. It's the way it’s always been. Marriage as a teen seemed inevitable for Xa. But change was coming.  

Why do some families marry off their girls?

Being a teenager isn’t easy, no matter where in the world you live. But add the threat of child marriage for a growing number of teens and tweens and suddenly there are catastrophic consequences. Why does it happen?