Through Child Sponsorship, you can help a child break free from poverty for good. The world's most vulnerable children need you now more than ever. Your sponsorship will help bring essentials like clean water, nutrition, education and healthcare to a child and their community.
When you sponsor a child, you empower them, their family and their community.
You can help a child to do so much more than survive. You can help them break the cycle of poverty and rewrite their future.
Sponsor a child now.
On the 1st-3rd July, incredible Kiwis like you helped kids who urgently need clean water. Thank you! There’s still time to support a fundraiser, see our Find A Fundraiser page to see how.
You can help children affected by the crisis in Ukraine by providing life-saving essentials like hygiene kits, educational supplies, safe spaces and support to help kids cope with trauma.
Give a Smiles gift and change lives! No other gift compares to a pathway out of poverty. Give a goat today and you'll provide nutritious milk and income to vulnerable families.
Give a child the power to choose you as their sponsor. Sign up to be Chosen, and your photo is sent to a Child Sponsorship community, where you empower a child to choose.
Thanks to the support of people like you, we focus on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We help children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith. Together we can protect children today, and empower them for tomorrow.
World Vision New Zealand is part of the World Vision International partnership. Together, we've impacted the lives of over 200 million children across almost 100 countries by tackling the root causes of poverty.
We ensure all resources entrusted to us bring maximum impact. In 2020, 83.9% of World Vision New Zealand's total operating expenses supported international programs benefiting children, families and communities in need.
We're dedicated to helping vulnerable children thrive. We work with communities in the hardest places in the world to be a child. Helping children caught in emergencies, extreme poverty, or facing abuse and exploitation.
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