Home repairs underway for flooded Texas homes as World Vision sends aid Volunteers have started repairs on homes damaged by last month's flooding in Central Texas, helped by building materials from World Vision. The organization recently shipped materials to Blanco, where the repair projects will begin. Tornado survivors in Van also will be helped.


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Partners, volunteers help Texas teachers feel loved during Appreciation Week World Vision collected gift bag items, small office supplies, and office furniture from corporate donors. Volunteers assembled gift bags for North Texas teachers. Everything was distributed during Teacher Appreciation Week to grateful educators in the Dallas area.

Serving as intern for World Vision in NY is 'not just...an everyday job' Nestor Velez says his experience as an intern at World Vision's Greater New York field site was life-changing: "The icing on the cake is that you're not just working here for some company; you're working for all of those kids and families that are in need."

Bronx second-graders receive and give back to New York community A teacher from P.S. 1, also known as The Courtlandt School, brought 18 students to World Vision's Greater New York warehouse to pick up school supplies. After the shopping concluded, the second-graders participated in a volunteer project to help other students.


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When you consider factors in child well-being, diapers might not readily pop into mind. But for low-income families, having enough diapers is especially critical.

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