Let's end child hunger now.

ENOUGH is ENOUGH

Would you take food away from a hungry child to feed a starving one?

In a world where every meal counts, your generosity can light the way for hope and nourishment.

Right now, millions of children and their families are being pushed towards the brink of starvation. The global hunger crisis means an increase in malnutrition. It means children suffering and dying. 

We simply cannot let this happen.

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Together let's say, ENOUGH is ENOUGH

Please donate to help feed a child on the brink of starvation.

Please enter a donation of at least €1

A life of plenty for every child is possible.

World Vision is the World Food Programme‘s largest partner. Together, we are providing food assistance to the world’s most vulnerable people. But today, as the hunger crisis deepens, millions of children who were once on the brink of escaping hunger have now been pushed back into its deadly grip.

Due to reduced institutional funding and rising costs, ration cuts are directly impacting our capacity to deliver life-saving food to those who need it most – vulnerable children.

The stakes have never been higher, and the need for immediate action has never been more urgent.

A donation – of any amount – will multiply 27 times to provide food for children on the brink of starvation.

There is hope. We
know because we have seen it.

Thanks to our partnership with the World Food Programme, every €1 you gift to provide life-saving food will multiply 27 times in impact.

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Why World Vision

Your support makes change happen

Your support makes change happen

All the resources entrusted to us are effectively and efficiently invested in the lives and futures of children. We’re always working to keep our overhead low.  

In 2022, we used 89% of our total operating expenses for programmes that benefit children, families, and communities in need, 3% was used for fundraising efforts and 8% for administration expenses. 

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