World Vision’s global work is broad and diverse. We work to fight poverty and injustice alongside children, families, and communities in nearly 100 countries worldwide. In the midst of that work, there are many, many stories to tell.
That’s what the World Vision Blog is all about. We’re a diverse community of staff members, donors, supporters, advocates, church leaders, and others who have been touched by World Vision’s efforts to build a better world for those whom we serve. We’re here to share our stories — and to connect with our readers by providing a glimpse of the scope and depth of World Vision’s ministry.
World Vision Blog Community Guidelines
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We welcome you to an online community of World Vision donors, advocates, and supporters. Our hope is to build an environment that allows you to engage in meaningful dialog with our staff and each other. Please be mindful of the following suggestions as you engage with this page:
- "Like," email, or Tweet posts you enjoy and want to see more of
- Comment on posts you find interesting with your feedback
- Please keep conversation relevant to the topic at hand
- Encourage others by offering insight, personal experience, and/or prayer
- Feel free to ask questions!
- Please be respectful to all fans regardless of age, race, religion, or opinion
As we encourage all fans to express their opinions freely in informed debate and discussion, we also encourage courteous, respectful comments. We reserve the right to delete posts that are:
- Obscene, profane, disrespectful or hateful in nature
- A harassment or threat to any person or organization
- Successively off-topic or repetitive comments/posts by a single fan
- Repetitive solicitations or advertisements
- Comments that encourage illegal activity
Personal requests for assistance or aid should not be posted to this page. If you have a personal request for help, please contact the World Vision office in your country of residence by visiting our International site. If World Vision does not operate in your community, please contact an agency that does.
For questions, comments or concerns regarding the above guidelines, please email us at WVFamily@worldvision.org
Together creating a better world for children,
World Vision USA staff