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Read through stories from youth and student contributors who are taking action, going places, and making an impact for vulnerable children.

The Only Thing That’s Missing Is You

Mother Teresa once said, “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” Two weeks ago I saw firsthand the effects of many young and passionate youth coming together to cast stones for a better world. World Vision hosted a Justice Lab in Edmonton, and Read full post

You’re Never Too Young

A lie we often tell ourselves is that we are too young to make a difference in the world. At 25 years old, you might expect that I have grown out of the lie, but I still catch myself believing it. The lie allows us to abdicate our responsibility. We shrug off making a difference, because Read full post


Sean and Karli Quigley believe in music of hope, so it just made sense to partner with HungerFree. The duo, which hails from Winnepeg, Manitoba in Canada, fronts band Bold As Lions. And this February they’re going on a HungerFree tour. HungerFree sat down with Sean and Karli to learn more. HungerFree: Why are you Read full post

Learn More, Do More

I know enough to help, you know. I’ve always had the feeling that I know enough to “get it” (justice) but not talk about it. I mean, I know enough to make simple changes in my life, realize that this is a problem that I am concerned about, but I am in no way knowledgeable enough Read full post

Fishing for a Solution to Hunger in South Sudan

Fish Farm In South Sudan, fish are helping communities make themselves hunger-free. In the past, the only way for communities in South Sudan to have access to fish, a good source of nutrition and income, was to purchase them from Uganda at high import prices. However, when World Vision programmes brought fish ponds to these Read full post

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