The post below is an email we received from our dear friend and the Chairman of our Board of Directors, Skip Taylor. He is the president of Kingdom Partners, a group of Christian men and women in California who dedicates their time and resources to improving lives around the world. Skip recently shared this touching [...]
As World Help prepares for World Refugee Day on June 20, we are urgently working to increase the awareness of innocent victims of violence, war, and displacement. The Syrian refugee crisis is the largest in the world today . . . and not enough is being done about it. Violence has claimed the lives of [...]
When Dindi awoke, he was utterly alone . . .
Dindi’s story is one of millions in a land overwhelmed by HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty. This is the Africa I was first introduced to and one that completely shook me to the core. At first I saw the same Africa we all have seen. One whose problems seem endless and never appear to improve.
Walking into the doors of World Help in August 1994, I was quickly introduced to an oversized needy world outside my own selfish walls. Something so unfamiliar to me became an everyday mission. I had head knowledge of things that went on around the world, but never heart knowledge . . . until then.
We can’t believe another year of hosting Children of the World has come to an end. From the East to the West Coast, the children have made unforgettable memories and ignited thousands of hearts to action. In just 10 short months, our teams performed at 243 venues to more than 100,000 people—inspiring hundreds to become [...]
As the Child Sponsorship Program Director at World Help, my primary role is working closely with our international partners to strengthen children’s programs in 22 countries around the world. Our main objective is to develop programs that effectively care for children in impoverished communities and equip them with the tools needed to grow up to [...]
“It’s no use,” my grandfather said sadly. “If you send that organization your money, it will never actually reach the child.” He must have seen the look of apprehension coming over my 8-year-old face as I watched the images of emaciated African children flash across the television screen. I felt the tightening in my chest [...]