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Children in Emergencies

Donate between €10 and €21 either monthly or just the once. It's up to you.

The Problem

Across the globe half a billion children are living in emergency situations. These children are battling war, hunger, child labour, trafficking and deadly epidemics. We need to help these children.

What We Can Do

With your help, we can provide children with the help and support they need. We can give them access to things like:

  • Child Friendly Spaces
  • Trauma counselling
  • Clean Water
  • Child Protection
  • Education
  • Medical Supplies
Children in Emergencies

What are Child Friendly Spaces?

Why World Vision?

World Vision is the largest privately funded overseas aid and development organisation in the world. We've got 50,000 staff and volunteers in 100 countries across the world. Our size and geography means we are ideally placed to be the first to respond to crisis and emergency situations so we can lay the foundations for rebuilding and getting those affected back to normal. 

These people do phenomenal work for children globally. They are truly awesome.
Liz King
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FAQ

How much should I give? 

It's really up to you. How much you can afford. How much you're comfortable giving. If you give at least €21 a month, we qualify for a yearly tax rebate on your donate which helps your donate go even further! 

Where does the money go? 

The money you give goes to help children and their communities across the world. Wherever the most pressing need is, be it a short-term international emergency response like an earthquake or tsunami or an ongoing emergency crisis like the Syrian conflict. 

What do I get?

Not only do you get to make a huge difference to the lives of vulnerable children, you get regular updates on the work we're doing on your behalf and the progress we're making because of your donation. 

Giving Dignity

The bottom line is that these donations are giving people dignity. That's the best value for money you can possibly get.
Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth)
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Liam Cunningham visits Jordan

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Have More Questions?

If there's something you'd like to know that we haven't covered or you just want to have a chat about our work and how you can help, we'd love to hear from you. 

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