Saturday, November 19, 2016

World Vision For The Holidays & Giveaway

It's important for our family to give back. Whether we're flying to Peru to do a mission trip, supporting a missionary, or delivering holiday baskets to families in our local area, it's important that we're always trying find ways to give back. Last Christmas we bought 12 items from the World Vision Gift Catalog. This year when I was contacted by World Vision to work with them on a review & giveaway again, it was an automatic, "Yes!" I was trying to figure it out, and I think this is my 4th or 5th year partnering with them!



The work World Vision does is immeasurable! When you see catastrophes hit, you'll find them there. If people are in need, you don't even have to wonder because I'm guessing they've been touched in some way by World Vision. That's why the work they do is so vitally important.


When you begin your gift purchasing this year, please keep the World Vision Gift Catalog in mind. Instead of another set of socks, give 3 ducks or two chickens. It's two gifts for the price of one if you truly look at it. You're giving the person you love a gift of doing something good in their name. Then the person receiving your purchase has the tangible gift. Doesn't that just fill your heart?!


In 2015, Americans gave over $373 billion to charitable organizations, a 4.1 percent increase from 2014 (National Philanthropic Trust). As charitable giving continues to grow, readers are searching for reputable organizations to support. This year, encourage your readers to place their trust in the World Vision Gift Catalog.

The 2016 World Vision Gift Catalog contains more than 250 poverty-fighting gifts, ranging in price from $16 to $39,000, that improve the quality of life for struggling children and families in the U.S. and around the world. Did you see that? Over 250 gifts for you to choose from!


Now, if you're anything like my mom, she has to give an actual gift no matter the occasion. Have no fear, they've got you covered! You can purchase a gift like the ones you see in my photos. You can give your loved one a tangible gift that they can open and your money is sent to where it's needed the most!



Here's little bit about some of their gift items:



Tree of Life Votive Holder – This lovely votive holder is handmade from cast-off materials. Artisans in India work hard to raise themselves out of poverty and help light the way for their children’s education. $65


Upcycled Artisanal Bowl – This stunning bowl is up-cycled from reclaimed industrial waste such as wires and metal. Artisans in India have hand bent and soldered each piece into inspirational shapes to create this artistic and elaborate bowl that is great as a decorative piece or to hold special items. $135

History’s First Coffee Blend – Citrus and chocolate pair up in this 10-ounce whole bean blend of Ethiopian Yirgacheffe and Sumatra Permata Gayo coffees from farmers who are overcoming poverty with their earnings. An olivewood scoop and African bag complete the package. $75




For Your Closet:

Turquoise Medallion Necklace – Handmade by families in Delhi, this brightly-beaded medallion necklace adds a bold pop of color to any outfit. $75
Royal Silk Scarf

Royal Silk Scarf – This gorgeous silk scarf adds color to the holidays and supports the needs of children and families worldwide. The luxurious silk is woven by Vietnam’s Ma Chau villagers, who receive sustainable income through their craft. $95 


Mango Wood Beaded Bracelet - One creative community on the island of Java makes these unique bracelets to help provide a sustainable income and care for their children. The artisan group is led by a mother who pours her heart into her craft. $45




Now you have the opportunity to win this entire set thanks go World Vision! Isn't that just amazing?! Don't forget to enter all of my other open giveaways to the top right of my blog! Have a blessed holiday season.
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35 comments:

Unknown said...

Hi Mimi! You have such a fun blog! Love this giveaway and love World Vision! We have given their gifts in the past. The turquoise necklace and the votive holder would both make beautiful gifts.

Jackie said...

I think the Vietnamese Tote is pretty and would make a nice gift.
Thank you!

Sarah Hayes said...

id love to give access to clean water

Linda Kish said...

I like the silver vines cuff. It would make a nice gift for my sister.

Leela said...

Capiz Shell Coaster.

Pam Halligan said...

I like the Campus Shell Wind chime.

mary gardner said...

I'd like to give the Christmas Star Ornament as a gift.

Desiree said...

I would give the windchime to a friend who lives near the ocean.

Julie Wood said...

I would like to give the Campus Shell Wind chime.

Meena said...

The Capiz shell windchime is so pretty and I think anyone would love it.

laborders2000 said...

As a teacher, I would love to give an education for a girl.

Shelly Peterson said...

The Capiz Shell Windchime would be a great gift.

Virginia Mnt. Homestead said...

Kenyan Salad Scoops are so nice looking.

DeniseL said...

I'd like to give my sister-in-law the Vietnamese Tote. It's just her style!

Lauren said...

I would like to give the Multistrand Balinese necklace.

Heidi Bee said...

Such an amazing selection of beautiful gifts. I think my favorite is the Christmas Star ornament!

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

I would love to have the Upcycled Artisanal Bowl for my mom
Thank You for the chance

Fiona N

Isaiahsmom said...

I would love the Royal Silk Scarf.

LeAnn Harbert said...

I want the Kenyan salad scoops for my Mother.

Edye Nicole said...

I'd give the Kenyan Salad Scoop to my grandma.

momo said...

I love that Thai Patchwork Tote, it is very pretty.

Jeanne Coulombe said...

I love the windchimes and I know the perfect person who would love them also.

Marilyn said...

I would like to gift the SILVER VINES CUFF to my sister -- maybe one for me too.

Maryann D. said...

I would love to give the ORGANIC COFFEE BLEND to my daughter, she would enjoy it.
twinkle at optonline dot net

Heather D said...

I like the Vietnamese Scarf. It is pretty.

apple blossom said...

http://donate.worldvision.org/ways-to-give/handcrafted-gifts/mango-wood-beaded-bracelet

Laurie Nykaza said...

The Balinese-multi-strand-necklace-is so pretty my mom would love one to wear.

Birdie Bee said...

I would love to give the Capiz Shell Coasters as a gift.

Natalie said...

I would love to give my niece the handmade baby bib.

Heather G said...

I would love to give the Capiz Shell Windchime to my best friend.
heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

Peggy said...

I would like to get the Education for Girls

Susan Biddle said...

I would give my teen daughter the THAI PATCHWORK TOTE! So cute and helps a great cause too.

Tandi Cortez-Rios said...

The Capiz Shell Windchime is just beautiful! I would be a great gift for my daughter's teacher.

Susan said...

I would give the beaded bracelet -- beautiful, and a great reminder to give to others in need. I really appreciate this post. We give gifts through a catalog similar to this each year for India Gospel League. Thanks for letting me know that World Vision has a similar option!

tickmenot said...

I would like to give the fishing kit to one of the families in need.

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