It’s time to claim your lucky year by doing things that will give you fulfillment and joy.
World Vision, a global Christian humanitarian organization, is giving us a head start with these meaningful tips in line with its “Year of Endless Possibilities” campaign:
Attract positive energy.
It may be easier to have negative thoughts to cope with everyday life. It’s time to stop doing this! Create the right mindset and energy by doing things that give you happiness, mastering your emotions, and always focusing on the good. While this may take a lot of practice, you will improve over time.
Have a reliable support system. Surrounding yourself with the right people is vital as they help determine our happiness, motivation, love, and sometimes sadness or anger. Stick to friends who bring out the best version of yourself and those who support your dreams and goals while avoiding those who try to bring you down.
Take care of yourself. It’s hard to create positive energies when you’re tired. So be sure to consistently allot some me-time in your lifestyle to help re-energize your mind and body. Sleep well, eat a balanced diet, and find an exercise or hobby you enjoy. Doing these things will help boost your mood and give you more energy.
Give back. Giving back benefits the organizations you are helping and your mental health. Add to this the fact that a little effort may significantly impact the lives of those you support.
This 2024, you can make it a purposeful year that brings in many possibilities for you and many more children living in vulnerable circumstances by supporting World Vision’s child sponsorship program for as low as Php25 a day or Php750 per month.
Through this amount, you can help provide life-changing essentials for kids, such as education, clean water, health, and nutrition. As a sponsor, you can also build a relationship with the child through letters, photos, and updates. Ultimately, the goal is to help the sponsored child and their family break free from poverty and build a sustainable community.
The “Year of Endless Possibilities” campaign aims to transform the lives of children through World Vision’s child sponsorship program to provide them the support they need to thrive and experience their year of endless possibilities, which is very often few for children living in vulnerable circumstances.
With the campaign, children are empowered through education, proper health and nutrition, building and supporting thriving communities, nurturing their talent and skills, and celebrating their progress and milestones.
Over the years, the child sponsorship program has already given new beginnings and endless possibilities for thousands of children like 16-year-old Sheirene, who has been non-verbal since birth. She communicates through sign language and is very determined to pursue her education. Thanks to World Vision, Sheirene received a hearing aid that cost Php80,400, marking a significant investment in her future. Following this, doctors recommended speech therapy, offering her a possible chance to speak. Sheirene’s journey is a testament to her resilience and the power of compassion and support, showcasing the remarkable strength of the human spirit to start anew.
World Vision is a global Christian humanitarian organization devoted to improving the lives of children, their families, and their communities. They focus on helping the most vulnerable children overcome poverty and experience the fullness of life.
World Vision helps children of all backgrounds, even in the most dangerous places, inspired by our Christian faith.
As the largest non-profit organization in the Philippines with over 65 years of experience, World Vision helps over 1.5 million children annually through emergency response, community-based area programs, and projects, with the support of thousands of Filipino sponsors and donors.
To sponsor a child, visit https://www.worldvision.org.ph/sponsor-child/ and for more updates, see the World Vision website at https://www.worldvision.org.ph and follow World Vision Philippines’ official social media pages: @worldvisionph on Facebook and Twitter, and @worldvisionphl on Instagram.