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World Vision and Gift Giving



Hey neighbors!

Wondering what to give this year?  Here is a gift that you not only give to someone, but by doing so you are helping someone else.  You will help change the life of children living in poverty.  World Vision has come out with their catalog for 2014.


The World Vision Catalog gives you over 100 ways to help improve lives.  Gifts range from $10 - $39,000 and can be made in a loved one's name.  You can use this as an opportunity to teach your child about giving to others.  Go through the catalog together and choose a gift to send together.




Here are a few facts from World Vision:
This is the 19th edition of World Vision's Catalog
There are more than 250 items online at www.worldvisiongifts.org
In 2013 more than 350,000 animals were donated.  Goats are the most popular animals to give.  Last year more than 67,000 goats were purchased by donors.
Those who want to give a tangible gift can choose one of the handcrafted gifts.  Donors who donate this way can choose to receive a free gift along with their donation to Where Most Needed.


I received the Fair Trade Coffee Set.
With your gift of $65 or more to where most needed — which provides for the unique needs of children and families worldwide — you will receive this delicious 12-oz. whole bean coffee set. Delicious flavors from Ethiopia, Sumatra, and Costa Rica blended by OneCup.org are delivered in a gift bag of African fabric hand-sewn by local women. Also included is a hand-carved olivewood scoop, crafted to benefit more than 200 orphans of the Kamba tribe.




We did use the coffee.  After grinding the beans, using the scoop of course to get them out, we made a cup of coffee.  If you like your coffee strong, this is for you!





Take minute to check out the World Vision website and consider supporting what they do by giving a gift or maybe two.  You can also find them on Facebook - HERE and Twitter - HERE.  Also to find out more about World Vision and their mission click - HERE.

World Vision will be sending the winner of this giveaway the same set I received.  Winner must reside in the USA.  Gift item will be shipped directly to your U.S.-address at the end of the campaign, or no later than January 1, 2015. (We cannot ship items outside of the U.S.)

Thanks for stopping by today!  Enjoy the giveaway!




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Comments

BethElderton said…
Here in our small neighborhood we have several elderly people and young families with kids---many are struggling. We have a community garden. We will be starting the drives for warm clothes, heaters, and blankets soon. We regularly contribute to our local food pantry. It is heartbreaking that World Vision includes Poverty in the United States.
Mary Beth Elderton
Rusthawk said…
I bake goodies for the kids in the neighborhood.
Unknown said…
we donate food and clothes to organizations
slb3334 said…
We donate to the local food shelf.
KrisJ said…
I donate to the Big Brothers & Sisters
abfantom said…
We donate Christmas presents to two families one from my husband's work and the other from our church.

abfantom at yahoo dot com
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We donate clothes and assorted household items and books to various charities or drop off stuff at their locales with boxes.
reddon30 said…
We donate through our church and also donate clothing whenever possible.
Rich Morris said…
I take part in and give to charities especially at our church.
Jennifer Wilson said…
I often donate a portion of my ebay sales through eBay Giving Works to a variety of charities.
Linda said…
I give to our local food pantry at church.
Coolestmommy said…
As my kids grow out of clothes, some I consign, but the rest I give to friends or donate to a local charity. Our family also gives gifts from World Vision to family members. We have a child we sponsor and love World Vision.
Unknown said…
We volunteer at a facility that helps homeless Veterans.
Leela said…
I've volunteered my time.
Unknown said…
We donate goods to local nonprofits, and devote service and money to our church.
skkorman said…
We donate household goods to the AmVets!

skkorman AT bellsouth DOT net
KStebbins said…
I donate to Goodwill and Vinny's. I also give to the Community Action Coalition.
Barbara Montag said…
I volunteer at our food shelf - quite rewarding.
thank you
Unknown said…
we donate (goods and time) to our local outreach center and we help the elderly widow across the street.
Beth said…
We give to goodwill and food pantries as well as volunteering our time.
Sarah Hayes said…
we like to buy xmas gifts for a needy child in our area
Unknown said…
I give clothes to be given away and donate to different charities.
1993wel said…
Every year at Christmas we buy animals through Heifer International to donate to families in need around the world.
sue14625 said…
i donate to goodwill and shovel-or mow lawns for my elderly neighbors
Unknown said…
Our favorite charity is the local food bank. We always donate food and support them whenever we can. We also donate to the homeless and parents and children in need. Thanks for the giveaway.
saralynns2 said…
We give to goodwill often and also try to spend time giving back to the community :)

sara.drexler(at)mail.northcentral.edu
Tricia316 said…
I am the PTA volunteer in charge of our school's angel tree. My 10 year old daughter and I help buy gifts, wrap them, and deliver them.

hockeygalnc(AT)hotmail(DOT)com
Unknown said…
I often donate clothes that my children have out grown to the Good Will.
Mary Gardner said…
We volunteer our time whenever possible.
Deb K said…
I donate all we can here.We have a small library that I take all my kids books to.
Angela Saver said…
We food to needy families during the holidays, & we help clean up the park!

andysavi.mom@gmail.com
Unknown said…
i would have to say that it would be by giving our personal time for any need or giving back by feeding individuals - shaunie
Denise S. said…
I give to my church and various charities occasionally.
Melissa Shirley said…
Picking a name from the Angel Tree for Christmas so that a child can have something for Christmas.
Unknown said…
I donate to a shop called Super Saavers, it's similar to salvation army. Among that I help out with volunteering in my free time.
Kristy Thiel said…
We try to help out with the United Way. Thanks for hosting a great contest!
Hotsnotty2 said…
We donate to the local food shelters
Unknown said…
I enjoy donating goods to those in need.
Erica C. said…
We donate to a couple local charities.
mtbears819 said…
we give to one in kindness daily
Unknown said…
We bake a lot and share with friends family and neighbors. Last year, we made up about 50 packages for others, not sure how many it will be this year. LOL
Kristen said…
We collect toys, games and art supplies and take them to the families at our local Ronald McDonald House...all year round...not just at the holidays.
bbrittbrat1398 said…
We volunteer at local shelters, and donate clothes, toys, food, ect.
Brittney House BBrittBrat1398@yahoo.com
rebecca11111 said…
we donate to the local food bank every couple weeks
Kathy P said…
We like to donate food to our local food shelf
Anonymous said…
We always contact the DCS and get a name of a teen in foster care. I then purchase for that child exactly what I get my own daughter.
DeniseL said…
We donate lots of clothes and household items directly to organizations to give them to those in need. We also participate in several food drives throughout the year.
luv911fun said…
I help with our church youth group. We regularly visit the local nursing homes. I love watching the kids interact with the residents!
EMMAHORTON said…
I HELP MY NEIGHBOR WITH HER HEATING COSTS
We collected donations for the local food depository.
Breanne said…
We donate to Toys For Tots
Unknown said…
we donate to animal shelters -time & money. food drives, clothes drives you name it
Unknown said…
I donate to Toys for Tots.
Unknown said…
My family always works with our church year round and we do extra at Christmas.
Nancy said…
We volunteer in our community and donate to assorted charity drives,
Unknown said…
We donate to our local clothing and toys drive at Christmas each year.
Christian A said…
We've donated to food banks.
Julieh said…
We donate to our local charity and get toys for needy kids at Xmas.
Julie Hawkins
We donate clothes and things around the house to those unfortunate.
Dawn Reid said…
We donate to food banks through out the year
tina reynolds said…
We donate time and goods to food banks and shelters
Brian E. said…
Thanks for the giveaway…we support our local food bank with donations & monthly volunteering.

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Buddy Garrett said…
Our church supports a food pantry and a clothes closet for people in need.
Trisha McKee said…
We volunteer at the local soup kitchen.

tridingermckee at gmail dot com
Sand said…
We donate both money and time to various organizations!
Unknown said…
We help families out during the Holidays

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