Is World Vision Living Up For It 's Vision?

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World Vison Catchy title : Is World Vision living up to it 's vision? Introduction : Most charities are associated with doing good, and helping a cause, but do they all live up to their good intentions? How does World Vision, a popular charity, sit financially and ethically? We will be concluding whether it helps the planet, and most importantly, the people... who at the end of the day aren 't so different from yourself! Background Info : World Vision Australia is partnership of World Vision International, and is a Christian, non-governmental, not-for-profit organization. The entity focuses on the education, health and safety of Aboriginals in Australia. World Visions slogan 'Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness; Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so ' shows their dedication and passion for helping improve the general life quality of children worldwide, as well as their Christian morals. “This is earth in its poverty and its pain. If God hasn’t given up on this place, then as a Christian, I can’t give up.” – Rev. Tim Costello, CEO World Vision Australia. World Vision Australia was established in 1966, with Dr. Robert Pierce as its president. Dr. Peirce was an American Baptist and missionary, who spent time in many Asian countries, and helped set up orphanages across Korea during the war for abandoned or orphaned. Dr. Pierce then chose to pursue his passion for helping the children and upon his return to the US, began to raise money to expand
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