Building a better world for children
Our Impact on Poverty in America
In 2015, World Vision's Teacher Recourse Centers distributed more than $7 million in new school supplies to 351,935 U.S. children and youth, and 10,742 teachers.
Each year, more than 10,000 teachers visit Teacher Resource Centers in under-resourced communities, where they are able to stock up on school supplies provided by generous corporate donors. Learn more about how we help ensure students have the tools they need to be successful in pursuit of their education.
World Vision and our partners continue to positively impact the lives of children and families in the U.S. Be inspired by these stories—and then submit a story of your own.
Rebuilding Hope at Home
World Vision's U.S. Programs is committed to the well-being of children and youth here at home.
We work to create environments where all children and youth are healthy and thriving, cared for and protected, and making a positive contribution to their communities. We focus our work in some of the nation's most distressed and underserved communities, where poverty is high and opportunities are limited. We also serve in many places where disaster strikes. Learn more about World Vision U.S. Programs.