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Are you looking for charitable giving options this holiday season? Look no further as World Vision has just released its 2017 gift catalog. This year marks the 22nd annual edition of the World Vision Gift Catalog.
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.
How can I support World Vision’s Mission?
- Select from over 250 charitable donation options that help provide better living conditions, safe drinking water, food, and so many other life-saving options.
- Send a card in honor of a loved one with the honoree receiving a card notifying them of the donation made in their name.
- Make a general donation to World Vision’s “Where Most Needed” fund. This one-time gift will go towards needs that might otherwise go unmet. When a donation is made to World Vision’s “Where Most Needed” fund, donors can choose from several different items (like the below) to receive as a meaningful memento of your donation.
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.
Vietnamese Tote ($100) – Disabled Vietnamese women gain independence by creating these beautiful hand-embroidered purses.
You can place an order by calling 1-855-WV-GIFTS.
World Vision provides assistance to people in nearly 100 countries and serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. For more information, click HERE.
Enter to Win a World Vision Gift Basket valued at $500!
One (1) lucky reader will receive a World Vision Gift Basket valued at $500. Open to ages 16+, US mailing addresses only. Prizing courtesy of World Vision. Please keep in mind that product samples are limited in quantity and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis so product in gift basket may differ.
To enter, use the Rafflecopter.
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