The BC Lions are proud to partner with World Vision Canada as our Global Charity Partner. Along with our player ambassador, Bo Lokombo, the BC Lions organization looks forward to working with World Vision to bring awareness to some of the organization’s important programs and initiatives.

As part of our commitment to helping children and communities, the BC Lions are inspired to be working alongside an organization that can make a difference around the Globe, creating lasting change in the lives of children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.
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Children living in the world’s most dangerous places are tough, gritty, and brave… traits that BC Lions fans truly value & respect.

Bo Lokombo is proud to serve as a World Vision ambassador. Lokombo was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo and fled with his family when he was only 6 years-old. The veteran linebacker says working with World Vision hits close to his heart, as he can still see himself in the eyes of all the children he met during his trip to Kenya in early 2024.

What makes a place dangerous?

Extreme poverty. Climate change. Famine. Conflict. These factors make a place fragile and block children and their families from having their basic needs met. When you give through Raw Hope, World Vision can help children and their families, living in places others can’t reach. Places like Honduras, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), South Sudan, Syria, Lebanon, Somalia, Iraq, and Afghanistan*.

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*Afghanistan disclaimer: As an International Partnership, World Vision Canada (WVC) is still operational in Afghanistan and working to meet the needs of children and their families. WVC has worked in Afghanistan but, as a result of a change in Afghanistan’s government, at this time, no Canadian raised funds (either from private donations or from government) can be programmed there due to Canadian Criminal Code restrictions. As concerned Canadians, you can call your federal Member of Parliament and express your concern and frustration that legal barriers make it impossible for Canadian charities, like WVC, to support work in Afghanistan. Raise your concerns about the significant level of needs and the urgency to remove these barriers so that life-saving work can resume.