With the holiday season upon us, why not let the scarf around your neck, the ornaments on your tree, or the wooden serving spoons on your table be conversation starters. What’s the topic of the conversation? Children and families living in impoverished communities and solving the challenges they are facing, such as access to food, clean water, education, and more.
How can a simple clothing accessory, tree decor or table decoration contribute to this dialog? Easy when you the (gift-giver) make a holiday donation through World Vision’s Maximum Impact Fund, the gift is used where it’s most needed, tackling some of the world’s greatest challenges. With just a donation of $25 or more the donor (gift-giver) receives a free gift (a few are 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 micro-enterprising artisans around the world and the sale proceeds directly benefit their communities.
- The hand-carved African Soapstone Box is a safe place to store necklaces and rings. Coated in light blue with an image of a giraffe, this ornate box features pretty details that will complement nearly any decor.
- Dish up a holiday salad with unique hand-carved serving spoons made with care to benefit orphans in Kenya.
- Accessorize for a holiday party with a beautiful silk scarf from the Vietnam's Ma Chau villagers.
Make sure you visit the World Vision Gift Catalog!!
I would give 5 ducksReplyDelete
I would like to donate the $25 for $200 in school supplies, that's awesome!ReplyDelete
I'd like to give a share of a deep well.ReplyDelete
I would give 5 ducks or fresh water.ReplyDelete
I'd really like the Colors of Asia Necklace & Bracelet Set which supports wherever it's most needed.ReplyDelete
I'd like to give the $280 Worth of MedicinesReplyDelete
Clean water where most neededReplyDelete