SEATTLE, Jan. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- A new partnership between the largest online dating site designed for single Christians and one of the world's largest Christian humanitarian organizations will raise funds to benefit children in poverty around the world.
New subscribers will not only connect with like-minded, local singles on ChristianMingle, but will also connect with World Vision, which is helping to break the cycle of poverty in nearly 100 countries.
So what caused ChristianMingle and World Vision to click?
"At ChristianMingle, we place a high value on partnerships dedicated to giving back to communities," said Michael Egan, CEO of Spark Networks, owner and operator of ChristianMingle. "Teaming up with World Vision aligns with our mission to strengthen the Christian community, while providing a place to build meaningful relationships based on a shared passion for giving back to those in need."
"We are grateful to ChristianMingle for its generosity and commitment to World Vision's mission to help the world's most vulnerable people reach their full potential," said Deborah Johns, World Vision's director of community engagement. "As a popular and trusted brand, ChristianMingle and its many subscribers have a unique opportunity to share big dreams this New Year."
As the world's largest Christian dating site, ChristianMingle is a trusted online dating brand leader with over 15 million like-minded members creating meaningful matches and lasting connection. ChristianMingle is owned and operated by Spark Networks, Inc., whose mission is to create iconic, niche-focused brands that build and strengthen the communities they serve.
About World Vision:
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. For more information, please visit www.WorldVision.org/media or follow on Twitter @WorldVisionNews.
SOURCE World Vision