Our friends a Buzz Off are loyal supporters of World Concern's work to provide health, education and sustainable livelihoods to people in hard-to-reach places around the world. World Concern staff are thankful to the company for donations of clothing to wear in the field as protection against malaria and other insect-borne diseases. BUZZ OFF Insect Shield Insect Repellent Apparel is the first insect-repellent clothing to be registered by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Our friends at Campbell-Nelson in Edmonds, Washington, are long-time supporters of World Concern. Their employees have served as faithful volunteers to our organization and helped us raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Katrina. The founder of the business, Bob Campbell, and his sons Kurt and Craig, are dedicated to the principles of fairness and compassion, and it shows in their enthusiasm for our work.
Master Gardner Ed Hume and his company have been providing seeds to the poor through World Concern for more than 20 years. The aptly named Seeds of Hope have provided millions of hungry women and children with food from the garden and crops for sale at the village market. Through a simple packet of seeds, families have been lifted from the grip of poverty, malnutrition, and hopelessness.
Exofficio has been providing clothing solutions for outdoor & travel enthusiasts for nearly 20 years, and the company is a longtime supporter of our work. ExOfficio supports World Concern annually with financial, in-kind and human resource support. Our field workers love their shirts, and we thank ExOfficio and its partners for donating them to us!
Jessica and Bill Kizorek are partners at Two Parrot Productions, a video production company which has produced a number of audio/video segments on the work of World Concern. They have made a niche for themselves working in remote places around the world, and sharing the stories of people living in poverty and the programs and agencies reaching out to serve them.