Sponsor a child—find out more about World Vision’s child sponsorship program at the annual Tree Of Life Campaign 2010. Taking place at Vivocity, the campaign aims to help members of the public spread the festive Christmas spirit of joy and hope to the poor in a meaningful and tangible way.
The “Tree Of Life” refers to a life-giving Christmas tree that is decorated not with the usual balls and baubles but with something much more precious —photo cards of needy children from across Asia and Africa, representations of real lives in need of help.
This same Christmas tree also displays gifts from World Vision’s Life-Changing Gift Catalogue 2010/2011 that will spread the joy of Christmas to a child in need.
Donations at S$45 a month will ensure that this child has access to clean water, nutritious food, healthcare and education through World Vision. But the benefits don’t stop there. Monthly contributions will ensure long-term self-sustainability for each child to have a future that’s brighter and more certain than what it is today.
For more information about World Vision’s Child Sponsorship Programme, which helps more than 3.6 million children worldwide, head down to Vivocity, Southeast Boulevard Level 1, near Gloria Jean’s Coffees. The campaign will be held daily from Dec. 1 to 22, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.