A business systems analyst and project manager with over 20 years of experience, Anthony Freddura has lived and worked in the greater Boston area for over a decade. In addition to participating in community events as a member of the Grace Chapel congregation, Anthony Freddura is a passionate supporter of World Vision.
Since its beginning as a small child-sponsorship program in 1953, World Vision has grown into one of the leading Christian humanitarian organizations in the world, as well as the largest nongovernmental sponsor of clean water programs in developing countries. With a presence in more than 100 countries, World Vision provides one person with clean water every 30 seconds.
Diseases from contaminated water claim the lives of nearly 1,000 children under the age of 5 every day, and in response, the 2015 U.N. Sustainable Development Summit announced a major initiative to provide universal access to safe water by 2030. In support of this goal, World Vision has announced plans to expand its existing programs, supported by a $40 million donation from philanthropists Dana and David Dornsife. As part of the commitment, World Vision will expand to new communities over the next several years, with the goal of providing one person with access to clean water every 10 seconds by 2020, and continuing until universal access is achieved by 2030.