World Vision Run 2017 Cebu: Building sustainable communities

At World Vision Run 2017, you can run to make a difference in the lives of children who need your support.


Isn’t it great when you can do something for yourself while doing something good for others? Running for a cause may mean a healthier body but it also leads to a sunnier outlook and a perfect opportunity to give back. At World Vision Run 2017, you can run to make a difference in the lives of children who need your support. As we celebrate 60 years of caring for children, together we can run and help 3 million children by the year 2020. 


This year, World Vision brings World Vision Run to Cebu. The 2017 World Vision Run will help provide sustainable livelihood projects in a community in Sogod, Cebu. Part of the proceeds will also contribute to World Vision’s recently launched global campaign – ENDVAC (End Violence Against Children).


For more information about World Vision Run 2017 and registration details, visit, like World Vision Run's official Facebook page or call 374-8413 and look for Nina.



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Opens on June 1



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