The best Christmas present you can give is to help a child in need. World Vision has people “on the ground” in crisis areas and does a marvelous job of helping. Their ultimate goal is to eliminate extreme poverty and hunger by helping people become self sufficient. Right now your donation to provide food and other necessities in the East Africa hunger crisis will be multiplied 11 times. What better way to celebrate Christmas! See below for the contents of an email I just received with a link to a donation page for World Vision.
I hope this message finds you well as you are preparing for the Holidays! How can I be praying for you in this season?
On behalf of the families we serve, thank you for your partnership and support. You have blessed lives in so many ways!
As I have shared some recent mailings and emails, World Vision is continuing to keep up with the hunger crisis in East Africa. Flooding, hunger, and conflict have upended people’s lives. But our staff are right there, working with families and communities to get them what they need, and strengthen the communities in the process. We have an 11x multiplier right now for this work.
The need is serious, especially for children. When crisis hit, children are often the most vulnerable. That’s why I’m reaching out. By giving to the East Africa fund you’ll can help support children with emergency food, provide families with animals, or get farmers the training they need to be better prepared. If you have already given to this recently, THANK YOU so very much for your timely gift!
If it’s on your heart to help these families and you’d like to make a gift, please Click here to help.
Many thanks. I look forward to hearing from you and I hope you have a wonderful holiday season!
To see more giving options and to order the Christmas catalog (free) click on this World Vision link. To see more gifts that multiply, click on “Gifts that Multiply”
Thank you for your generous gift to help stabilize East Africa in this latest crisis and start them on a road to economic self sufficiency and ultimately to prosperity.