The World Vision Partnership is made up of almost 40,000 dedicated staff working in nearly 100 countries. Many of our offices in certain countries are Support Offices, primarily focused on raising funds (private and grant) to “support” the good work that World Vision does around the globe.
Below is a list of World Vision Fundraising/Support Offices that may be hiring. Their jobs and internship opportunities will not be listed when searching on this career site, careers.wvi.org. To pursue opportunities with these World Vision Support Office locations, please visit their websites directly:
World Vision Australia was founded in 1966 after a proposal to start a new fundraising office in Melbourne, Australia.
Today World Vision Australia is Australia’s largest charitable group. More than 400,000 Australians enable us to help more than 20 million people around the world every year.
World Vision Austria was founded in 1998 and is headquartered in Vienna, Austria.
At present World Vision Austria is committed to raising funds for eight long-term regional development projects in the five countries: Mozambique, Myanmar, Sierra Leone, Swaziland and Vietnam.
World Vision Austria currently raises about half of its funding from private donations, and the balance from public donors such as the Austrian Federal Government and the European Union as well as from the United Nations.
World Vision Canada is based in Mississauga, Ontario. Founded in 1957, and primarily focused on fundraising, World Vision Canada is the largest private relief and development agency in Canada.
World Vision Canada was recently selected as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers (2018) and Greater Toronto's Top Employers (2018). Today Canadians sponsor over half a million children around the globe with World Vision.
In 1982, World Vision entered China when the organization participated in the relief work of the Qinghai flood disaster. With the staunch support from governments, World Vision has laid a good foundation in China ever since.
WIth headquarters in Hong Kong and additional offices across four zonal offices in China: Yunnan/Xinjiang Zone, Guangxi/Guizhou Zone, South China Zone and Northwest & North China Zone; World Vision China implements humanitarian and development projects in 15 regions. More than 3,362,986 vulnerable people and 83,964 sponsored children benefit from World Vision China's work.
World Vision Finland was founded in 1983 in Helsinki, Finland.
With the support of nearly 13,000 Fins, World Vision Finland supports World Vision International's development work across five countries: Kenya, Uganda, Peru, India and Cambodia.
The World Vision Finland office team is made up of around 25 staff members and trainees working across Supporter Care, Accounting, IT, Communications & Advocacy, Office Management, Marketing and Programs.
World Vision France was founded in 2002 in Paris. The team is comprised of about twenty (20) employees who work daily to help and protect the most vulnerable children.
World Vision France supports children and families across 14 different World Vision programmes in 10 countries.
World Vision Germany has been active since 1979 and is based in Friedrichsdorf, Germany.
Over the years, World Vision Germany has grown to support 316 projects in 48 countries.
Like other Support Offices, World Vision Germany offers private donors a child sponsorship model.
Currently, more than 170.000 children are currently being sponsored by generous Germans donors.
In 1962, Typhoon Wanda hit Hong Kong severely. World Vision distributed relief supplies in Hong Kong, and later set up its first field office in the territory. With the economic recovery in Hong Kong, World Vision Hong Kong turned itself into a fundraising office in 1982, supporting the humanitarian and development work of World Vision offices worldwide.
Today, the people of Hong Kong are sponsoring over 200,000 Hong Kong children living in poverty, helping to fund World Vision Hong Kong’s international long-term Area Development Programmes. World Vision Hong Kong also promotes public education, raising public awareness about global issues such as poverty, hunger, health and child rights.
World Vision Irealnd was established in Dublin as a registered Irish charity in 1983. World Vision Ireland’s primary objective is to support our field operations across seven Area Development Programmes (ADPs) in three African countries; Mauritania, Tanzania, and Uganda; both in terms of our core long-term development programmes and humanitarian and emergency relief.
World Vision Ireland does this by raising private, institutional and Governmental funds, by informing the Irish public about humanitarian issues as witnessed first-hand by World Vision in the field, and by influencing Irish Governmental policy in the areas of long-term development and emergency relief. World Vision Ireland is a member of the World Vision International partnership, which is both the largest emergency relief and Child Sponsorship agency in the world.
World Vision Italy was Founded in 2008 and is part of the World Vision International network, which includes all World Vision offices worldwide.
The Italian office, based in Rome, supports the work of World Vision offices and staff in many developing countries across Africa, Asia and Latin America, through fundraising.
In the 1960s, World Vision was active in Japan to support children through orphanages. Following the successfully achieved reconstruction after World War II, and calls for action to help developing countries,
World Vision Japan was founded in 1987 as one of the support/fundraising offices in the World Vision Partnership, with the independent board of directors.
World Vision Malaysia was set up in 1997 as a Support Office with the primary focus of growing the child sponsorship programme within Malaysia and its neighbouring countries. Over the years, World Vision Malaysia has expanded to cover community transformational development programmes, specific advocacy initiatives and emergency response.
Today, World Vision Malaysia supports community development and humanitarian programmes in 15 countries with the help of nearly 50,000 Malaysians (as of January 2017).
World Vision Netherlands was founded in 1981. The office is located in Amersfoort, Netherlands. Together with the organization’s 20 staff, trainees and volunteers, World Vision Netherlands has continued to participate in World Vision’s child sponsorship programmes and serve the most vulnerable.
With the support of generous donors, World Vision Netherlands is actively involved with Area Development projects across Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Uganda, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe.
World Vision New Zealand was established in 1970 and currently supports more than 40 projects in over 20 countries, working alongside community members, encouraging local ownership of development projects to ensure they continue long after World Vision leaves.
With over 100 staff employed throughout New Zealand and dozens of volunteers, World Vision has a strong head office in Penrose, Auckland with smaller supporting offices in both Wellington and Christchurch.
World Vision established a field operation in Singapore in the late 1970s to help save the Vietnamese boat people. This task expanded in 1980 when World Vision began to assist the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in running a medical clinic at the Hawkins Road Refugee Camp in Sembawang. Towards the end of 1983, World Vision founded a permanent support office in Singapore.
Today, World Vision Singapore is committed to financially supporting the transformational development of communities in 17 countries in the regions of East Asia, South Asia, East Africa, Southern Africa and the Middle East.
In 1950, World Vision was founded in the ashes of Korean Wars. In 1991, World Vision Korea marked its historical transition into a donor country from a receiving country. In 2006, it was accredited as the only official partner with World Food Programme among Korean NGOs in recognition of its ministry excellence.
As of March 2009, World Vision Korea provides support for 191 development and relief projects in 48 countries, located in Asia, Africa, Middle East & Europe and Latin America.
World Vision Spain was founded July 31, 2001 and was registered as a foundation in the Protectorate of Foundations of the Ministry of Health, Social Policies and Equality.
The office focus on child protection, emergencies, and Area Development projects both domestically and in countries such as Bolivia, Ghana, Guatemala, Mali, and Zimbabwe. They have two special programmes to advocate about World Vision’s development projects and humanitarian aid: Equipment on the Street and Teams on the phone. World Vision Spain’s office is located in Madrid.
World Vision began working in Switzerland in the early 1980's and officially established the World Vision Switzerland National Office in 1983 in Dübendorf, Switzerland with five employees.
Since then, dedicated Swiss supporters and donors have helped to grow World Vision’s presence in the country and today the World Vision Switzerland office is primarily focused on raising awareness and funds to support international World Vision programmes and emergency response initiatives around the globe.
World Vision Taiwan was established in 1964 when caring donors overseas helped to support orphanages, children’s homes, leprosariums, and rural medical clinics across the island.
In 1974, after World Vision Taiwan had been providing services in Taiwan for 10 years, the organization achieved an important milestone: World Vision Taiwan established 10 child Sponsorship Service Centers in disadvantaged areas with the aim of helping 1000 of the nation’s poorest children, many of whom are members of Taiwan’s indigenous tribes. Centers in these rural areas helped lay the foundation for World Vision Taiwan’s community-based children’s assistance work.
World Vision United States is a member and founding organization of World Vision International. Founded in the United States in 1950, it is one of the largest relief and development organizations in the USA.
World Vision United States is dedicated to partnering with Americans and raising funds for World Vision International’s global humanitarian development work as well as supporting millions of children and adults across America through leadership training programmes, disaster response and access to basic necessities such as clothing and school supplies.