Gift Guide: World Vision Gift Catalog #GiftCatalog (#Win)December 1, 2015
Disclaimer: I received a World Vision item to facilitate this post. All opinions are my own.
World Vision is a gift giving alternative that can make you feel good about gift giving purchases this Christmas, this catalog has beautiful artisanal goods from Africa, India, and Southeast Asia to offer, which make wonderful presents and stocking stuffers. It also offers the ability to make life changing donations for so many good things, like clean water, and farm animals to help people in need all over the world.
One of many donations to catch my eye, is called: Career Training for Girls and Women a small donation can empower women by investing in their skills training, and business education. This donation can offer opportunities in weaving, jewelry-making, baking, dairy farming, and more, creating a chance for mothers and daughters to take their future into their own hands. $25-$125
World Vision also operates the Where Most Needed fund which provides for improvements in the quality of life for struggling children and families in greatest need in the U.S. and around the world. $10-$100
This ornate hand-carved soapstone box is etched
and designed by local artisans in Kenya.
Approximate size: 2 ½" x 5 ¼" x 1 ½"
This 46"" necklace is handmade by an artisan in Bali who has overcome tremendous difficulties to help children get the education she never received herself.
Approximate size: 46".
Each is unique; size and color may vary slightly.
Please consider supporting World Vision: 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog.
85% of every gift goes to programs helping children and families overcome poverty in nearly 100 countries.
Please enter for your chance to win using the Rafflecopter form below and good luck.
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