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Send emergency food to Venezuela

For $14, you provide one person with enough food and a hygiene kit to last four weeks. That’s four weeks without hunger — four weeks without fear. After months of having nothing to eat and no access to basic hygiene items, the people of Venezuela will finally have some relief … all because of you.

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Send aid to Yemen

Nearly four years of civil war have destroyed the country of Yemen. But for $35, you can provide emergency food and medicine to one person.

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Send Bibles to North Korea

Despite persecution, the North Korean underground church is growing. And new believers are begging for Bibles! For $10, you can provide a Bible to a Christian in North Korea.

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World Help Around the World


Following God’s vision has allowed miracles to happen and lives to be changed. Since 1991, World Help supporters have impacted more than 82 million lives in 71 countries around the world.

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