Be a Child Sponsorship Ambassador

There is so much more in Child Sponsorship than being able to change a child’s life. What makes it more exciting is that the experience also touches the Sponsors’ lives as well. There is an overflowing joy in being able to be an instrument of hope in someone who is vulnerable. You have proven it in your experience as a child sponsor and it is high time to share it with your family and friends. We are inviting you to accept the challenge of making a difference, sharing love, and changing lives.

“Each of us can only do the best we can for as many as we can and that will never be good enough for those of us who care.” -Rea Cord

Join our league of grateful givers. Be a Child Sponsorship Ambassador!



To educate people about the needs of children and their communities in the Philippines. To improve the lives of children and families in need. Child Ambassadors share child sponsorship and other World Vision initiatives with their network of friends, family, and colleagues.

Reports To

Child Ambassador Team Leader

Ambassadors will also receive the following:

  • Child Ambassador pin
  • Child Ambassador shirt
  • Child Ambassador ID
  • Manual, PF, Printables
  • Shareable online materials


Initiate 8-10 opportunities per year to share World Vision with others. Get sponsors willing to commit and help 5 children or raise Php 50,000 annually.
These Activities Could Include:

  • Sharing one-on-one with your friends, family, or co-workers
  • Making presentations to small groups, Rotary or other service clubs etc.
  • Representing World Vision at fairs, conferences, etc.
  • Setting up World Vision displays in local businesses, churches, home gatherings, etc.

Length of Commitment:

  • Minimum 12-month commitment
  •  4 to 7 hours per month (depending on the preparation time, driving time, number of presentations, etc.)

Training Required:

  • Online introduction training course
  • Ongoing training opportunities

The Ambassador’s Commitment


We will promote and protect the dignity of both the children and the donor, not placing one before or above the other. Communications that rely on manipulation by inducing feelings of guilt will not be used. The value of our donors is respected and recognized beyond their ability to financially support the organization.


Information contained in communications must be factually correct at the time of the communication. Should any information distributed to the public by World Vision be found to be substantially incorrect after released, appropriate follow-up communication correcting the error will be made within a reasonable time frame.


The content and production of our communications should always meet professional standards and be consistent with industry practices. The communication should always support and enhance the overall credibility of the organization.