World Vision launches ‘New Year of Firsts’ campaign

February 07, 2023

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I’ve always believed in World Vision’s objective of pushing for the welfare of children, especially those from the marginalized sector. Certainly, other dads like me would be happy to know that World Vision remains steadfast in providing aid to needy children.

World Vision launches ‘New Year of Firsts’ campaign

World Vision launches ‘New Year of Firsts’ campaign

In its latest bid to create deeper awareness and care for more children in 2023, child-focused humanitarian agency World Vision launches the “New Year of Firsts” campaign which appeals to the public to make a difference and support thousands of Filipino children to experience hope and a brighter future amidst crises and uncertainties.

"This year, we want to make it special for children. We can offer them the things that will benefit them in the long run. Children are our future, so we encourage those capable to help build their futures as well. These are the kinds of gifts that give back,” said World Vision’s National Director Mr. Rommel Fuerte.

The pandemic has brought challenges to many Filipino families, making it more difficult for low-income families and communities to meet even the most basic needs of their children. They have been among the directly affected for years and are today barely surviving as the rest of the world tries to recover.

Through this campaign, children can have access to life-changing basic needs like health and nutrition, clean water, education, child protection, and livelihood through a donation of Php 750 per month or Php 25 per day, which can go a long way ­­to improve their well-being, including social, emotional, spiritual, and physical.

The New Year of Firsts Campaign is supported by generous sponsors, volunteers, and staunch advocates like Filipino actress Bianca Umali who has been supportive of World Vision in creating communities where kids are safe, healthy, and hopeful.

Bianca Umali supports World Vision

“Ever since I became part of World Vision, it has always felt like I am able to fulfill, if not whole, at least a part of my purpose in life. Which is to serve, inspire and put smiles, especially on children's faces,” shared Umali.

World Vision annually reaches about 1.5 million children nationwide, including 254,439 children directly benefited through its child sponsorship, community-based development programs, emergency response and various advocacies which promote the children’s voice and their protection. Since it started more than 65 years ago, World Vision has touched and changed the lives of almost 40 million children, including their families and communities..

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About World Vision

An international Christian relief, development, and advocacy agency, World Vision is the world’s leading child aid organization and is committed to helping our most vulnerable children and communities – even if they are in the most remote and dangerous places. 

We help children and their communities on the ground in over 100 countries while driving change globally at UN and government levels on child rights, poverty, and climate change. World Vision Philippines is the second oldest World Vision national office.

To know more about World Vision in the Philippines, please visit or follow World Vision’s official social media pages /worldvisionph on Facebook, @worldvisionphl on Instagram, and @worldvisionph on Twitter.
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