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With Thankfulness


We want to pause during the rush of the season and say an intentional, thoughtful, and humble thank you. You, our World Help partners and friends, are what make our work possible....
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Making Education Possible at Christmas


Investing in education is one of the very best ways to empower rising generations of young people. School is where friends are made, passion for a subject is cultivated, and where musical instrumen...
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Family of 35 Braces for Brutal Winter Months


Badri is the mother of seven children and the grandmother of “many more.” She and her extended family of 35 fled their homes in Iraq
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Giving Tuesday | Gratitude Translates to Generosity


Can you believe it? The holiday season is already upon us! Thanksgiving is only a few days away . . . and as we gather together with fami
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The Lie That Fuels Human Trafficking


The afternoon light was beginning to sink lower in the sky, and Si made her regular venture out into the rice field and disappeared behind t
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Your Gifts Are Saving Lives in the Middle East


Thank you for your incredible support of World Help’s ongoing aid and relief efforts in the Middle East. Having just been with our teams o
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The Unreached, Christmas, and You


Did you know that more than 40 percent of the world’s population is unreached? That’s nearly 3 billion people. Three billion people who
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Mark Your Calendars for Giving Tuesday


We give thoughtful gifts on Christmas, and we share carefully-prepared meals on Thanksgiving . . . but what if there was a day that reached
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Education: The Substance of Self-Worth


Pawan looked up at his parents blankly. His giant brown eyes seemed to ask one resounding question: What’s wrong with me? At four ye
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Iraqi’s Hopes Fade as Winter Approaches


Another day, [ISIS soldiers] went to a different family. The kids were told to convert or be killed. They refused. There were four of them,
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