Jetstar and World Vision have created StarKids to help improve the lives of some of the world’s poorest children. Money raised through StarKids will fund important projects in a number of Jetstar’s destinations including Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and even Australia.
Your small change today can change a child’s life tomorrow
The aim of StarKids is to raise awareness of the causes and effects of poverty on children and their families through positive stories of hope and change, and to highlight the work World Vision is doing transforming the lives of vulnerable children.
StarKids will offer the millions of Australians travelling with Jetstar each year the opportunity to help change lives. The best way to change the life of a child is to change the world in which they live. The money given to World Vision through StarKids will go towards providing clean drinking water, basic healthcare and agricultural training. Which means families like Tue’s can grow enough food to eat.
In the coming months, StarKids will be launching a number of different donation programs offering Jetstar passengers and staff the opportunity to give children like Tue a much brighter future.
World Vision articles from each issue of the Jetstar magazine
- Global touch helps local lives - September 2007
A cow can make all the difference in a Vietnamese village.
- On home soil - August 2007
World Vision and Indigenous communities work together for change.
- Feast or famine - July 2007
Youth Ambassador Meg Howe gives us the inside word on World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine.
- StarKids - June 2007
Jetstar and World Vision are proud to announce the launch of their new joint initiative, StarKids
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World Vision Australia ABN 28 004 778 081 1 Vision Drive Burwood East, Victoria 3151 Australia.