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Nae-Nae Porter carries her new backpack filled with school supplies. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Back-to-school backpacks bring joy to Seattle

Promoting child well-being in the United States

Promoting child well-being in the United States

José's story: A storehouse volunteer

José's story: A storehouse volunteer

José and Storehouse manager Reed Slattery started training together for a half marathon, which they ran in June for Team World Vision.

José's story: A storehouse volunteer

Teachers in Los Angeles can face many challenges. World Vision knows that educating children must be a priority for building a better future. Teacher Resources, Photo Wall, Challenges, World, Blog, The World, Photograph, Earth

Teacher Resource Center supports Los Angeles teachers | World Vision

Teachers in Los Angeles can face many challenges. World Vision knows that educating children must be a priority for building a better future.

Miguel Negron, with a handful of pencils donated by World Vision. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/ World Vision).

World Vision’s teacher resource center is like Christmas for teachers | World Vision

Something as small as a pen or glue stick may not seem like much, but for a teacher spending their own money for supplies, it makes a world of difference.

World Vision’s teacher resource center is like Christmas for teachers Cicero Illinois, Roosevelt School, Teacher Resources, Mindful, School Supplies, Lunches, Parents, Chicago, Students

World Vision’s teacher resource center is like Christmas for teachers | World Vision

Something as small as a pen or glue stick may not seem like much, but for a teacher spending their own money for supplies, it makes a world of difference.

Volunteers from Northwood Middle School and Renton Christian Center display the backpacks they assembled with help from World Vision. The backpacks will go to children in need in their community. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Building backpacks: A tangible demonstration of God's love

Jimena Maldonado, and her brother, Christian, stand in front of their new trailer. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

You can help families in Alabama get back on their feet

A child's stuffed animal lies amidst the wreckage caused by last year's tornadoes in Tuscaloosa. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Mission teams: An answer to tornado survivors’ prayers and dreams

Caitlin Moore, spends a moment with her mother, Tiffaney, outside their family's damaged home. (Photo: Laura Reinhardt/World Vision)

Mission teams: An answer to tornado survivors’ prayers and dreams