Remember the TRUE meaning of the season?
Swapping presents is nice, but wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could, while giving a gift to those you love, help others who need it most, all over the world?
You can when you make a holiday donation through World Vision’s Maximum Impact Fund.
With a donation of $25 or more, the donor receives a free gift (a few listed below) to wear, carry, use or give to a loved one. Most of the Maximum Impact Fund items available in the catalog are made by artisans around the world with sale proceeds directly benefitting their communities.
Just look at these beautiful gift options…a sampling of the unique items available on the web site.
- Beaded ornaments The set includes three handmade Zakale wire and bead ornaments from Nairobi. Meaning “reuse,” Zakale crafts are made from recycled materials by a group of Kenyan artisans reclaiming their own lives from poverty.
- Hand-carved serving spoons made with care to benefit orphans in Kenya.
- Silk scarf from the coast of Thailand. After the harvest season, the women of Thailand’s Surin Province put down the farming tools and take up the loom to hand-wove the beautiful Sabai scarves.
We were offered one silk scarf to review as part of the promotion of the World Vision Gift Catalog. We intend to pass that along to a woman in need in our area in the spirit of the season. Meantime, one lucky reader will also win a scarf. We ask that you like the World Vision Gift Catalog Facebook page and World Vision’s Pinterest page.
Leave a comment below letting me know which product from the catalog you like more and that you’ve liked the above pages. I’ll draw one winner at random on December 28th, so leave your comment by midnight EST on December 27th. You must be at least 18 to enter and prizes can only be shipped within the US. Good luck! #spon