Double Your Impact
Now more than ever, you can bring meaningful change to the most vulnerable. One changemaker has offered to generously match any donation given in December, up to $50,000. That means your $150 gift turns into $300, and your $1,000 gift turns into $2,000.
Your year end gift is vitally important to the work of World Relief. Watch a special message from our CEO and President, and join our network of changemakers by giving today.
A special message from World Relief’s CEO and President: The local church is at the heart of our mission for a reason. World Relief believes that the church—the broadest and most diverse social network on the planet—has the best chance to deliver and sustain hope in some of the most vulnerable regions of the world. With so much more to do, please consider becoming a changemaker this holiday season. Please pray for our work, share the meaningful stories below, and donate today.
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Mothers & Children
Last year, over 951,700 mothers and children received health, nutrition, and disease-prevention services in countries across Africa, Asia, and the Middle East. World Relief strengthens families by equipping churches to address HIV prevention and treatment, care of orphans and vulnerable children, sexual and gender-based violence, and gender equality. Our multi-year Innovation Child Survival Program in Rwanda recently closed with impressive results: More than half of children under the age of two living in intervention areas saw improvement in their overall nutrition.
Having fled dangerous conditions in Bhutan, 15-year old Pabi risked falling behind in her education and remaining isolated from her peers. But Pabi and her family found a warm welcome from World Relief’s Refugee Resettlement program in the U.S.. Pabi began attending a World Relief after-school program at a local church, where she found friends and academic assistance. Today, she’s already received a full academic scholarship to college, and is filled with hope for her bright future.
Abandoned by her husband and adult children in Rwanda, Kalisa struggled to survive and support her grandchildren. She felt alone and helpless. But then, someone from a World Relief partner church in Rwanda reached out to her. Kalisa began attending the local church, and every area of her life started to change. She grew in her faith, began mending her relationships with her children, and purchased a herd of goats—the revenue from which allowed her to build a brand new house.