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As artists, we wield tremendous influence in our culture. Plato rightly feared the arts’ ability to shape thought and sway the affection of society. When we harness the power of our public voice to speak out as advocates, we pierce the consciences of good men and women. We are proud to join forces with artists who are willing to use their influence and platform to tell the stories of those whose voices might never be heard... the poor, the marginalized, and the oppressed living in impoverished communities around the world.

World Vision Canada

Artist Collective

Igniting and mobilizing a movement of creative storytellers as inspired advocates who are raising awareness, sponsorship, resources and raving fans by communicating the transformational development work of World Vision.

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   Jasmine Owen

Watch Now: Kili Climb 4 Kids Documentary

On July 15, 2015, a team of ambitious adventurers – including three World Vision Celebrity ambassadors – embarked on a journey of a lifetime. Their mission: To climb Africa’s highest mountain, and help World Vision Canada raise awareness for the plight of children engaged in dirty, dangerous and degrading jobs. The climb would take them […]

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   Jasmine Owen

Rebuilding Nepal: Hope From the Rubble

On April 25, 2015, a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck the nation of Nepal, triggering an avalanche on Mount Everest, flattening villages, killing thousands, and injuring thousands more. The aftershocks lingered on for days, culminating in a second, magnitude 7.3 earthquake on May 12 – shaking the country of 28 million people to its core. World […]

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   Jasmine Owen

Rebuilding Nepal: Q&A with David Ruis

David Ruis is a well-respected Canadian worship leader, songwriter and communicator. He is also known as a church planter and pastor, having established churches with the Vineyard family in Canada, the United States, Nepal and India. In September 2015, he spent several weeks with World Vision and the Vineyard Church in Nepal. The team visited […]

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07/21/16
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Today's #TBT takes us back to the 1960s, when #WorldVision founder, Bob Pierce, visited the… https://t.co/M2zx2gW4Wp

07/21/16
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RT @WVCChurches: Tom and Betsy from @tenthchurch met their @worldvisioncan sponsor child in Cambodia! #bigsmiles #sponsorchild https://t.co…

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