[Release] World Help announces $130,000 matching gift opportunity to impact 32,500 people in need

Dec. 30, 2019
FOREST, Va. — World Help has announced a $130,000 matching giftopportunity to double donations and impact twice as many people before 2019 ends.

Thanks to a generous donor, any year-end, tax-deductible gift to help where needed most will be matched up to $130,000, doubling the impact of each donation. If the maximum amount is met, the humanitarian organization will be able to help as many as 32,500 people around the globe.

“Another year is quickly coming to a close, but you still have time to rescue at least one more person before the end of 2019,” said Vernon Brewer, founder of World Help. “Thanks to this matching gift, you can give lifesaving help and spread the love of Christ to twice as many people.

“Your gift will reach across the oceans to meet the most urgent needs — like providing warm blankets and medical care to refugees fighting to survive, placing a Bible in the hands of an elderly, persecuted Christian who has waited years for a copy of God’s Word or providing lifesaving food to a starving child too malnourished to walk. Please don’t wait. The gift you give today will give someone in need a much more hopeful tomorrow.”

Tax-deductible gifts will be used to help where needed most across World Help’s humanitarian programs — whether clean water projects in India, anti-human trafficking initiatives in Thailand, crisis assistance to refugee families and more.

To learn more about World Help’s end-of-year matching gift, visit worldhelp.net/DoubleNow.

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World Help is a Christian humanitarian organization committed to serving the physical and spiritual needs of people in impoverished communities around the world. Since its inception in 1991, World Help has delivered humanitarian aid to nearly 84 million people in 71 countries.

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