World Vision Helps USA Children

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world vision usaWorld Vision helps children in the USA and you can help World Vision help our children. Through their Gift Catalog you can help provide Christmas presents to American children and much more, too. After reading below, visit World Vision’s gift catalog to choose a gift for American children in need. You can give the gift in honor of someone on your Christmas gift list. That’s what Christmas is all about, now isn’t it?

World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families, and their communities to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. In 2011, 86% of their revenue went to programs. They have been deemed a “trustworthy” organization.

World Vision Gifts for American Children

Christmas Gifts for Children in Need

This Christmas, for a gift of $25, $50 or any amount, you can help American kids get warm clothes, books, toys, school supplies and more. Because of generous donations from leading corporations, your gift will multiply 6 times in value. More than one in five children in the United States lives in a family struggling with poverty. World Vision and its community partners are working tirelessly to help ensure children and families in the U.S. receive the basics they need, as well as something special for their children at Christmas time.

Clothing and Shoes for Children in the USA

For millions of children in America who are living in poverty, basic necessities like shoes, T-shirts, and jackets are completely out of reach.  Your gift will help deliver new shoes, clothing, and more to help U.S. children living in poverty. Thanks to corporate product donations, your gift will multiply 12 times in value!

One in five children in the United States lives in a family struggling with poverty. As unemployment rises and safety networks fray, World Vision and its community partners are working tirelessly to help ensure children and families in the U.S. receive the vital basics they need to get back on their feet. Your donation today will help deliver top-quality donated products to struggling American families.

 

Feed a Family in the USA for a Day

Here in the U.S., 1 in 5 children lives in poverty. Help restore hope to American families who have been struck by disaster, homelessness or job loss. Send Family Food Kits including nutritious meals like oatmeal, lentil soup, pasta and a bean and rice casserole.

Disaster Relief in USA

As the East Coast begins recovering from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy, World Vision relief teams are responding with pre-positioned supplies — flood clean-up kits, hygiene kits, blankets, and food kits — to help families and children hardest hit by the storm.

World Vision is positioned and equipped to respond to disasters across the United States. In the wake of tornadoes, floods, storms, wildfires, hurricanes, and other disasters, American families receive vital supplies and support from World Vision. Today, you can help those suffering in the wake of Superstorm Sandy.

When disaster strikes, World Vision is often one of the first organizations to respond. Our relief workers connect with partners in affected regions to help hard-hit communities. We are continually preparing for the next disaster at our national response center in Texas and at regional centers around the country.

Your support is needed today as we respond to the devastation of Superstorm Sandy. Please give generously to help your fellow Americans.

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  1. bonny burr

    Good Afternoon,

    I am in desperate need of christmas items for my two grandchildren and hep with an electricity cutoff. I am getting turned down eveyrwhre.

    My son Kenneth is a member of the Army National Guard and was deployed for 13 months to the Sinai in Egypt with the Multinational Force Observers. During the time of his deployment I was diagnosed with a cancerous spinal tumor here in Florida and my daughter in law uprooted her children, left her job, sold my son’s truck and moved down here to Fl to help me. It was quite an emotional and financial strain and my 9 yr old grandson has developed severe anxiety from everything.

    My son returned stateside here to Mount Dora in May 2012. He came home to a new state, a sick mother, and no job. It took until July for his unemployment to get approved and that was only $200 a week. By then all savings had been depleted and bills were falling behind. The Maryland National Guard was supposed to transfer my son to the Florida National Guard upon return stateside. Somewhere, someone, dropped the ball and it has yet to be done. In fact they LOST money because he still had to travel to Maryland for reintigration for May, June, and July…then they didn’t pay him for July until Septemember. My son called the Florida Insterstate transfer coordinator himself and was told he was “not alllowed” to call them, that Maryland had to initiate the transfer. So we have lost money again by him technically not having a unit for the last 4 months with no drill pay. And he still has 2 yrs left until 2014. SFC has now been made aware of the situation and is working on it, but there is no telling how long that will take. Then my daughter in law had an emergency surgery Aug 1st which made things even more difficult. He finally got a job working with Pepsi Bottling Company and started Sept 18th. At this point all bills were almost three months behind. They have struggled every month with food, utilities and rent. Everything he has been making has been going toward playing catch up. Catholic Charities did help us one month in Aug I believe with 300 toward our rent but said they could not do more.

    We are in a dire situataion right now. They just finished paying October rent and just today had a conversation with the leasign office here at Hammock Oaks about November’s rent. They have until this coming Monday the 26th to come up with $1193 or face eviction. This on top of City of Mount Dora threatening to turn off the electric, and the only car they have to get him to work will be three months behind Dec 1st.

    I am not asking for a miracle although this is the season of miracles. At this point, even though the children know the real meaning of the holidays, their will be no Christmas and we are still trying to figure out Thanksgiving!…I am asking mainly for suggestions, donations, prayers….ANYTHING. This family has gone through too much in the last year and my son works too hard to have to worry about being evicted. I know they love St Patricks and so I thought this might be a good place to turn. My grandson is full of anxiety, my son is stressed and my daughter in law cries everyday and I don’t know what to do. I am disabled from my tumor and surgery and in the process of tyring to get my SSI disability and cant help them right now….DCF turned them down for all help except Medicaid.

    Please, any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. I know my daughter in law would be upset if she knew I wrote this more, more of an emotional upset, but I will leave you with her contact information.

    God Bless and Thank you for listening,

    Bonny M Burr

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