Become a Member:
Let us help equip your school, church, or community organization through our storehouse supplies, skills training, and network building. Contact our Community Engagement Specialist, Sheila Ford, for more information.
Partner through prayer for:
- The children, families, and communities we serve.
- World Vision’s partner churches, donors, and other nonprofit agencies working to empower communities in need of more hopeful futures.
- Our staff and leadership as we work diligently to equip children and families in need.
Partner with Women of Vision, Twin Cities chapter.
Click World Vision Twin Cities to donate.
- A gift of $75 provides school supplies to one Twin Cities teacher for a year.
- A gift of $190 provides 100 Twin Cities families with essential supplies, such as household goods and personal care items.
- A gift of $500 provides school supplies to 100 Twin Cities children living in poverty.
- A gift of $950 provides 500 Twin Cities families with essential supplies, such as household goods and personal care items.
- A gift of $2,600 provides supplies to a Twin Cities Title 1 school for a year.
- A gift of $13,000 provides supplies to five Twin Cities Title 1 schools for a year.
How to Get Started:
1. Contact our volunteer coordinator, Kamilah Ceasar: (612) 623.9234 (ext. 2256) to volunteer.
Warehouse: Pack school supplies; load vehicles; stocks shelves and take inventory; sort clothing and personal care items; assemble kits; help at special distributions.
Women of Vision: Raise awareness through joining a Bible Study and initiating service projects, participate in special events/projects.
2. Schedule your volunteer time–preferably two weeks in advance.
3. Review the list of “Things to Know”:
- Every volunteer must complete a World Vision Authorization and Waiver Release form, which you will receive from the volunteer coordinator you contact.
- Moderate lifting is often required.
- Proper work clothes and shoes must be worn.
- Volunteers in a group younger than age 11 must have adult supervision.
- Volunteers younger than 18 must have parental/guardian consent to volunteer.
You are invited to join us in seeking justice for the disenfranchised by advocating for change in low-income communities. Visit World Vision to learn how you can use the power of your voice and pen to communicate issues with leaders who can make a difference.