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The world says thanks
11th Dec, 15 | Posted by Tim Costello
The world says thanks

2015 has been an overwhelming and unsettling year in so many ways – but did you know you have actually made 2015 an incredible year of change?

Diversity is in our DNA, and it makes us so much stronger
7th Aug, 15 | Posted by Tim Costello
Diversity is in our DNA, and it makes us so much stronger

Many of us have been taking part in the ongoing and robust public debate on sport, racism and what kind of nation we really want to be. As an organisation which is striving to support our nation’s efforts to reconcile with our Indigenous peoples, World Vision is passionate about...

An unfair budget for the world’s poorest people
13th May, 15 | Posted by Tim Costello
An unfair budget for the world’s poorest people

Joe Hockey called this year's Federal Budget 'responsible, measured and fair' - but it's hard to see anything fair about a $1 billion cut to Australia's aid program that will affect some of the world's poorest communities.

In the wake of tragedy, lets stand with the people of Nepal
12th May, 15 | Posted by Tim Costello
In the wake of tragedy, lets stand with the people of Nepal

World Vision Australia CEO Tim Costello shares the story of Bhoj Kumar Thapa, a man he met in the aftermath of the Nepal Earthquake.

Remembering those lost, celebrating the resilience of those that survived the Boxing Day Tsunami
26th Dec, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
Remembering those lost, celebrating the resilience of those that survived the Boxing Day Tsunami

Today marks ten years since the Boxing Day Tsunami brought destruction and devastation across South Asia. Tim Costello remembers the impact of the terrible disaster, and the extraordinary way communities have rebuilt with the support of World Vision.

A Christmas message from Tim Costello
24th Dec, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
A Christmas message from Tim Costello

Even in the light of recent tragedies, there are still many reasons to find hope around the world this Christmas.