Welcome to the World Vision News Online March edition.

From Vietnam to Sri Lanka, across to Zimbabwe and all the way back to suburban Adelaide, this month we've gathered news from around the World Vision family to both inspire and delight you in time for the Easter break.

If you're considering a sporting challenge this year, then why not join Team World Vision? It's a great way to achieve your fitness goals and help save lives through food aid at the same time. You can get started with one of these upcoming events around Australia.
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Tim Costello
World Vision Australia Chief Executive

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March 2013

Child holding up cards Letters from my sponsor: A child shares his joy
Mathushan loves athletics, playing cricket and receiving letters from his Australian sponsor Judy. A sponsored child from Sri Lanka explains why he looks forward to hearing from his sponsor so much.

Portrait of Simel Help save lives with food aid
Caring donors like you have helped to save thousands of lives through our annual Multiplying Gift Appeal. You can help this year to ensure that desperately hungry children and families receive the food aid they need to survive.

Sarah holding son New mum Sarah takes action on cocoa
Sarah, first-time mother to six-month old Rawdon, was moved to act when she found out about the exploitation of children in cocoa production. What happened next?

Woman and children walking together across a bridge Your spare change brightening lives through StarKids
If you've ever popped leftover foreign currency into a StarKids envelope on your Jetstar flight home, then this story is for you. Discover how your spare change is helping to brighten lives in Vietnam.


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Last Modified: Tuesday, 26 March 2013