Change a vulnerable child’s world

Child Sponsorship

Change a vulnerable child’s world

Become part of their journey and invest in the community providing long-term solutions through child protection, education, healthcare, sanitation, economic development and food security.

This Father

Smiles Wondergifts

This Father's Day give something meaningful

Help a father in the Pacific change his life and that of his family. Gifts so wonderful you don’t even need to wrap them!


You can make a difference, you can change lives

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Help Syrian refugees

Syrian Refugee Crisis

Help Syrian refugees

After five years of war, fighting in Syria has reportedly killed more than 270,000 people. More than four million people have fled the country and 6.6 million are displaced in Syria. More than half are children with many having never known peace in Syria. We need a peaceful resolution to this crisis so these children can live normal, happy lives free from fear of the next attack.


2016 Auckland Marathon

Sign up to run in this year’s Auckland Marathon with Team World Vision and achieve a personal goal while raising funds to help provide one of life’s essentials. World Vision is the largest non-government provider of clean water in the developing world – reaching one new person with clean water every 30 seconds.

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The Kids for Kids ‘Slice of Heaven’ tour is back!

There’s something powerful about the idea of kids around New Zealand bonding together to raise their voices and look after kids in situations worse off than themselves. World Vision is partnering with Kids for Kids again this year to create lasting change for children in Luguru, Tanzania. The show is touring the length of NZ with iconic kiwi entertainer Jackie Clarke and musician Nathan King.

Find out how you can be part of the journey




What does peace mean for children in South Sudan?

What does peace mean for children in South Sudan?

One year on – and after violent clashes in Juba this July – children living in the capital’s protected civilian sites, recall what peace means to them.