Honor your mothers

Posted: 05/09/2013 in Advocacy

 

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Honor your mothers with a World Vision gift card!

This Mother’s Day, you can pay tribute to the mothers in your life by giving them a lasting gift – an opportunity to let other children experience the same wonderful love they have showered you with.

Show your mom how much you appreciate all that she’s done for you by paying it forward. Give your mom a World Vision Mother’s Day Card. With this card, you’ll be able to donate in your mother’s name to World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Program. It enables children from poor communities to be educated, cared for, and protected against poverty and injustice.

With this card, you and your mother can begin an exciting journey towards sponsoring a child. You will get to know him or her through correspondences and progress reports that will regularly be sent to you. So, you’ll be able to know what’s going on in this child’s life and how it is changing for the better.
The World Vision Mother’s Day Card won’t just brighten a special day, it will also give a child a brighter future. It’s a gift your mom will definitely feel proud to receive.

World Vision Mother’s Day Cards are exclusively available through leading e-commerce site Lazada (lazada.com,ph). Visit http://www.lazada.com.ph/worldvision to avail.

To know more about child sponsorship, please visit worldvision.org.ph or call World Vision at 372-7777.

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Child Sponsorship Program

Did you know that Efren Peñaflorida, the 2009 CNN Hero of the Year awardee, was sponsored by World Vision as a child?

Every year, 100,000 Filipino children from poor communities are sponsored by 200,000 local and foreign donors to the World Vision fund. This program aims to ensure that each child in a community enjoys good health and a lifetime of education. The children are cared for, protected, and given a chance to participate in decisions that affect their lives. With this program they experience the emergence of hope in their lives.

About World Vision

World Vision is an international community development organization that provides short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people worldwide. It achieves this through emergency relief, long-term development projects, advocacy, collaboration, and education.

In the Philippines, it works in more than 43 provinces from Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. It carries the vital work of providing care and protection to the children in several villages nationwide. It is committed to helping the poor and working with people of all cultures, faiths, and genders to achieve transformation.

For 55 years, World Vision Philippines has been engaging people to work towards eliminating poverty and its causes. It depends on the support of the Filipino public for funding through its Child Sponsorship Program. Other funding avenues include emergency relief appeals, federal government grants, cash donations, and corporate partnerships—such as this joint Mother’s Day campaign with Lazada.

 

 

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