U.S. Programs News
Delivering hope and encouragement through relationships
For Appalachian school, gardening and KidREACH help meet children's needs
Michigan teens love their Chicago neighbors in urban mission week
Hurricane Katrina: Looking back, 10 years later - Part 2
Delivering Hope and Encouragement Through Relationships
NY volunteers help others and themselves: 'A brother figure' to kids in need
Katherine's Cupboard: A dream being realized in West Virginia community
Partners, volunteers help Texas teachers feel loved during Appreciation Week
Bronx second-graders receive and give back to New York community
A personal reflection on relationships and missions in Appalachia
Helping unaccompanied children in continuing crisis at U.S. border
From the Philippines to Philippi, West Virginia, 'God is good to us'
Harlem Globetrotter opens new vistas for Seattle-area kids
After eight long months, water flows in home, thanks to volunteers
World Vision joins NYPD to bring harmony to the Bronx
Creating the change they want to see
A new roof—and relationships—for Poling family
For U.S. families living on tight budgets, food may be lower priority
World Vision prepares humanitarian response to children crossing border
Isaiah Thomas delivers free books and smiles to hometown children
Ahead of 2014 hurricane season, 'vehicles ready, go-bags packed'
Gift of new shoes helps families: 'They can have a smile on their face'
World Vision responds to deadly Washington mudslide
Day of Caring provides hope after heartache in NY and Oklahoma
World Vision responds to deadly Texas tornado outbreak
Motorcycle club demonstrates compassion in the Bronx
Free school supplies 'huge surprise' for U.S. kids
Grateful storm survivor tells donors: 'Thank you for being epic'
Classroom Supplies Help Bring Stability to School Hit by Superstorm
School supplies help more than 1,200 students recover from Superstorm Sandy
Diaper 'bucket brigade' is a boost to babies and employees
Eight-year-old girl blankets Staten Island with love
Child Poverty, Hunger Rates in the U.S. Remain Alarmingly High
Runners Use Their Hands to Help New Yorkers in Need
Help After the Storm
Relief supplies heading to Mississippi tornado survivors...
Putting Words into Action...
Supporting Teachers in Los Angeles
After a fire, a volunteer learns how much he is loved
U.S. Poverty; Burden on mothers, children
West Virginia residents pull together after Sandy...
When Half a Camel is Enough
Providing Schools with the Tools to Succeed
"At Night, We Are So Cold"
World Vision Appeals for More Support for Hurricane Isaac Survivors
Former refugee transformed by Youth Empowerment Program
World Vision Remembers & Responds: How Hurricane Katrina Became the 'Game-changer' for Today's Hurricane Responses
Hurricane Katrina: Looking back, 10 years later - Part 1
A Mutual Transformation During an Appalachian Mission
A close relationship helps families in the Bronx with everyday essentials
At Vacation Bible School in Appalachia, children know 'Jesus is always there'
Serving as intern for World Vision in NY is 'not just...an everyday job'
Home repairs underway for flooded Texas homes as World Vision sends aid
Boeing and World Vision team up to provide school supplies for children in need
The bottom line: A record-setting Operation Diaper Drive
Visit to Capitol puts World Vision training into action for youth
Hoop stars pass out warm coats and new toys for Christmas
Thirty-One Gifts teams up with World Vision to support U.S. women and girls in need
One for you, one for me: Yoobi helps students with free school supplies
Going beyond the Bronx to feed the hungry in Hartford, Connecticut
YEP helps Bronx youth become empowered and move forward
Youth build Promise Packs for unaccompanied children at border
Volunteers join community to help make Wallace a better place
World Vision intern finds empowerment through volunteer service in NY
Arkansas tornado survivor: 'God left me here for a reason'
Partnership helps devastated community rebuild a year later
Disaster also costly for survivors 'landlocked' by slide
Tornado relief supplies arrive in hard-hit Arkansas town
A new home rises out of disaster in Oklahoma
Weyerhaeuser partners with World Vision for Operation Diaper Drive 2014
Celebrating a 15th birthday by helping others
Students 'get their voices heard' in the state Capitol
NBA stars give Christmas toys and hope to show that 'somebody cares' for children
Susan Rice lauds MLK Day volunteers and World Vision
Navajo men serve tornado survivors in Oklahoma: 'Now it's time for us to give'
Relief supplies a 'godsend' to Colorado flood survivors
School supplies 'priceless' to tornado survivors
$100k commitment to help schools affected by Sandy
Superstorm Sandy: Remembering faces of loss and love
New backpacks, fresh supplies help students prepare for school...
World Vision staff share faith while helping family
Mission team's efforts mean more than fresh paint
Loving thy neighbor: Help your community get ready for disasters
Days of Play and Healing
An inspired youth leader now inspires others
Tuscaloosa tornado: Looking back at two years of recovery...
Helping make a future home, a better life
Hunger challenges cancer survivor, but 'with God's help, I can do it'
Youth empowers peers, helping them 'spread their wings and fly'
Mission trip volunteers build relationships, repair homes in Appalachia
World Vision continues response to tornado survivors in Oklahoma and Texas
Weyerhaeuser donation to help World Vision assist hurricane survivors