Meaningful Holiday Gifts from World Vision #Giveaway

Saturday, December 21, 2013 Posted by Dina N

I received a promotion item from World Vision for this post. Any opinions are my own.

Did you know that your holiday gifts can make a real difference in the lives of others? Even for people you've never met and probably never will. Charitable gifts from organizations such as World Vision can help families living in poverty near you or halfway around the world.

A donation of goat and chickens can provide a family with eggs, milk, cheese and more. A contribution to the Clean Water Fund helps bring clean water and sanitation to places where they are sadly lacking. You can give the precious gift of education to a little girl.

World Vision is a humanitarian organization working with children, families, and communities worldwide. They serve people in more than 100 countries. You could help by making a financial contribution, or by purchasing one of the handcrafted gifts from the World Vision gift catalog. You could choose a fair trade coffee set or a Colors of Africa bracelet and earrings set like the one pictured above. This colorful set is made in Kenya. Purchasing it directly supports over 60 rehabilitated young people living in Nairobi slums. Also, there are Christmas ornaments, accessories, jewelry, and more. What you pay for the gifts is tax-deductible, less the fair market value of the item.

Check out the video below to find out how the World Vision gift catalog works.



The Giveaway
One U.S. reader will win a Colors of Africa bracelet and earrings set from World Vision.

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Giveaway Rules: Giveaway ends 12:01 am ET, December 30, 2013. No purchase necessary. Open to legal residents of the U.S., 18 years of age or older. Void where prohibited by law. One winner will be chosen randomly, and odds of winning depend on the number of eligible entries. One entry per household. The winner will be contacted via e-mail and will have 48 hours to respond. Entrants agree to abide by this site's Official Rules.

8 comments:

  1. ossmcalc said...

    I would like to receive the World Vision gift Of the Silver Cuff. I would probably end up giving it to my daughter as it seems like something that would look beautiful on her.

    womackcm@sbcglobal.net

  2. Molli Vandehey said...

    i love the idea of giving the gift of meat animals. i hate the idea of wasting and unnecessary consumption, but love the idea of giving!!!

  3. kmcgrew213 said...

    i love the beaded ornaments. the gifts are so beautiful and bring a tear to my eye because these are true craftsmen and women that take pride in their work. and live in these conditions and under tough circumstances. it hurts my heart.

  4. Katherine Ivan said...

    I'd love to receive the silver vines cuff, which looks like a fine piece of artisan craftsmanship. I'd also like to give this same cuff to my aunt!

  5. Salleefur/Jesselyn/Jesster said...

    I love the Fair Trade Coffee Set, Prosperity Cinnamon, Kenyan Patchwork Tote...
    but
    above all:
    the gifts to the people in need: gifts of Fresh Water, Emergency Aid, Clothing & Shelter for Women & Children, Education and so much more!

    Jesselyn A/Jesstinger
    Jessterlyn(at)aol(dot)com

  6. Kathy Detweiler said...

    I love the Hand-Carved Serving Spoons, They look so elegant. I like a gift that gives something back

  7. trixx said...

    I'd love to gift the Embroidered silk scarf. The embroidery is amazing!

  8. Tylerpants said...

    I would love to receive the lovely Hand-Carved Serving Spoons. They would be nice for entertaining! tylerpants(at)gmail.com

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