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Have a celebration?

This year, instead of receiving gifts, give gifts to the children who need help the most.

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Donate & Celebrate

World Vision project

Celebrate & Donate is a World Vision project that aims to offer a better future for poor children. We work with the most vulnerable communities where, amidst the poverty, children dream of better future. Help us put smiles on their faces and help them make first steps towards reaching their full potential. Your contribution to the most vulnerable children of Bosnia and Herzegovina is critical in helping us address and respond to root causes of poverty and injustice through long-term partnerships with communities.

About us WHY SHOULD YOU DONATE?

How can you support our work?

Invest today to ensure a better future for the most vulnerable children

Support the most vulnerable children to live a safe and carefree childhood, and to reach their full potential!

Together, contribute to the improvement of living conditions of children in BiH!

Support the most vulnerable children!

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Create a birthday campaign

We are offering a new way of donating in BiH - Invite your friends, instead of buying gifts for your birthday, to buy a chosen gift and help a child who need help the most.

Create campaign
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Buy a gift

Select a gift and donate basic necessities to the most vulnerable children.

Buy a gift
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Donate money

We invite you to be a part of our successful mission and together with us, continue to change the lives of the most vulnerable children for the better.

Donate money


How to create a campaign?

Please follow some simple steps that will help you to open your birthday campaign.

Gift

Choose a meaningful gift

Choose a gift from our Gift Catalog and donate much-needed basic necessities to a child or a family.

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WV B&H seeks to create long term sustainable partnerships with companies interested in adding value to their brand through social investments focused on deepening its impact to the most vulnerable children.

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