Wednesday, December 6, 2017

World Vision Gift Catalog For Christmas Giveaway

One of my favorite organizations to work with every year is World Vision! We love giving back as a family and knowing how we're specifically doing that is possible with World Vision. I was incredibly thankful to partner with them again this year for Christmas! They sent me some amazing items from their World Vision Gift Catalog.

A little hope goes a long way and generosity multiplies. World Vision’s Gift Catalog offers gifts that have a multiplier effect—positively impacting the giver, receiver and those in need. Your readers can eliminate shopping guilt and join World Vision's efforts to tackle poverty and injustice around the world, helping children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential.


There are so many ways you can give through World Vision!

  • Where most needed.
  • Is your heart to help out locally? You can donate to end poverty in America!
  • Maybe you love to help children so Child Protection would be a great choice!
  • If you've always wanted to help empower girls & women, that's an option
  • Your family could get together for one big gift.

We love to pick a few different options depending on who we're giving for. When it's Fred's kids we donate soccer balls. For my family it's typically giving animals such as ducks, chickens, or rabbits! There are so many amazing ways to coordinate gifts for everyone in your family. It's also a great gift for a co-worker. You know that hard person to shop for? This is the way to go!

When you give where it's most needed here are some amazing items YOU get as well:

  • The Heaton Hope Bracelet ($100) – This year, everyone’s favorite TV mom, Patricia Heaton, has partnered with World Vision to design the Patricia Heaton Hope Bracelet. The name was purposely chosen to encourage people to feel hopeful about our world and to give hope, through generosity, to those in need.

This is a beautiful, textured bracelet that is definitely a statement piece.
It will grab people's curiosity which means you can discuss how a donation
to World Relief in turn gave you this bracelet as your reminder!

  • Vietnamese Tote ($100) – Disabled Vietnamese women gain independence by creating these beautiful hand-embroidered purses.
I can't begin to tell you how much I love this bag! The colors are perfect
for using all year long. It's a fantastic size which means you can carry nearly
everything! The design makes it fun and is very eye catching.

  • African Soapstone Box ($85) – Talented artisans bring raw stone to life with etched designs and hand dyed finishes that showcase modern African creativity and provide a sustainable way out of poverty.
I was so surprised at how heavy this was. It's the perfect place to keep my trinkets!
This will spend it's time on our new bookshelf so we can remember to be praying for the
families and individuals who impacted by the giving of everyone!

  • Charm Necklace ($100) – Made by a gold and silver plating specialist in India, the unique and elegant charms make this necklace a subtle statement piece.
This is a very feminine, delicate necklace. I like that you can wear it with your
scarf and the blues match. I like the idea of giving a gift of "where most needed"
and then gifting this necklace to a friend or loved one. The receiver will know
how special the necklace is.

  • Infinity Scarf ($75) – This fashion-forward accessory is made by artisans in India who are trained in the loom industry to attain skills and a sustainable livelihood.
I wasn't expecting this necklace to be nearly as fun as it was. The variety of designs
connected to the scarf make it extremely versatile. It's also a light weight material so
it can be worn year round!

  • Wraparound Ring ($55) – A vibrant, adjustable ring with aqua and blue chalcedony stones set in metal, made by female artisans in India.
You can see the ring closer up above. It's a wraparound which
is the type of ring I've wanted for a long time. I've got small fingers
so it's helpful that the ring is adjustable.

As you can see, there are an incredible number of ways you can give now and any time throughout the year with World Vision. I'm so thankful for the lives this organization speaks life into!

Now you have the opportunity to win each of these gift basket items shown above. When paired with the donation that's a $500 value. Individually it's approximately a $153 value! Once you're done entering, be sure to visit everyone else!

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54 comments:

Anita Duvall said...

I would like to try the Organic Coffee Blend also. The Indonesian Windchimes is one of my favorites here.

Antoinette M said...

I would choose the hand-carved serving spoons.

Stephanie Phelps said...

I would love to have the Indonesian Windchime.

latanya t said...

the Shine Bright Ornament

Darlene said...

I also like the Indonesian Windchime

Allison Swain said...

I like the Goat and 2 Chickens gift.

Thank you for the nice giveaway!

BethElderton said...

The Organic Coffee Blend with the handcrafted scoop is such a nice gift--along with a "most needed" donation.
Mary Beth Elderton

Shelly Peterson said...

I like the Indonesian Windchime.

Richard Brandt said...

I would pick the Drops of Turquoise necklace.

mary gardner said...

I really like the Shine Bright Ornament. It is gorgeous!

polly said...

I love the Shine Bright Ornament...beautiful star that would be lovely on any tree!

Kim said...

I love the upcycled artisnal bowl!

Vickie V said...

Any of the relief donations are nice.
I like the turquoise drop necklace a lot too.

Unknown said...

I love the gift of a bicycle for a girl! jennyisaacks@yahoo.com

Christian A said...

I liked the African Soapstone Box.

Ann Fantom said...


I like World Vision's Tree of Life Candle Holder gift.

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Laurie Nykaza said...

The Charm Necklace is so pretty love to wear this necklace.

Sabrina Templin said...

I love the Drops of Turquoise Earrings

beth said...

I like the Indonesian wind chime.

lyndseyluvsjj said...

I really love the Upcycled Artisanal Bowl. This would be a great center piece.

Kelly Marie said...

I love the capiz shell coaster

PAIGE said...

I love that I can give a chicken for $25

Deborah W said...

I love the hand-carved serving spoons.

Drew said...

Education for girls is so important! I love the Indonesian Windchime. The colors are beautiful!

beachgirl0323 said...

I really like the Reversible Placemats the colors are so bright.

Lynette said...

I think the fishing kit is so cool.

Toni Porter said...

While the Silver Vines Cuff is lovely, Education for Girls would be a fantastic donation.

Edye Nicole said...

I like the shine bright ornament!

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Kristen Williams said...

Solar Laterns in the education section.

Heather Dawn said...

I like the Hand-Carved Serving Spoons.

Kimberley Meier said...

I love the Indonesian Windchime!

Schamp486 said...

I really love the Indonesian Windchime! It is so pretty! Actually, everything is so unique and beautiful. Happy Holidays everyone!

Wendy ArtsyChaos said...

The Wraparound Ring is very nice, would make a lovely gift.

Helen Bush said...

I like the Tree of Life Candle Holder.

Nafeeza Chung said...

I would pick the Indonesian wind chime

mkjmc said...

Love the Shine Bright Ornament

Maryann D. said...

I would love to give the 2 Soccer Balls to children to play.
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Sandy Klocinski said...

I would choose Hope Bracelet by Patricia Heaton

Anonymous said...

I like the new mother and baby kit. Great present idea.

terri142 said...

Thee World Vision's Tree of Life Candle Holder gift is really nice.

tderosa142 at gmail.com

bn100 said...

10 Chickens for a Woman

SavingsInSeconds said...

There are so many great options in the catalog. I love the option to provide medicines, school supplies, and Bibles. Career training would be great, too.

LAMusing said...

Love the Drops of Turquoise earrings

Alice Minx said...

I'm torn between the coffe and the windchime.. I really love wind chimes.. but my family really loved coffee

April said...

I really like the Fishing Kit!

Gwendolyn Jordan said...

The Windchime

Leela said...

The Vietnamese Tote.

Cheryl Free-Fahling said...

I would choose the Charm Necklace.

Linda said...

I would like to have the upcycled artisanal bowl, I think it is beautiful

Michelle said...

The reversible place-mats are gorgeous!

nickieisis3 said...

I like the Indonesian wind chime.

Elizabeth Ferree said...

Drops of Turquoise necklace, my gpa use to make Turquoise necklaces so this would definitely be something I'd wear every day and for a great cause. homemom3(at)gmail(dot)com

nicky heim said...

the Indonesian Windchime

cyndi br said...

I would choose the hope bracelet by Patricia heaton

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