Holiday Gift Guide: World Vision Plus Giveaway

Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review. 

I have teamed up with World Vision again this year. I really love this organization because they are 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.

When you purchase a gift on their catalog, you are helping improve the quality of life of struggling children and families in the U.S. and around the world. Some of the items include beautiful scarfs, handmade jewelry and much more. This Christmas season marks the 22nd annual edition of the World Vision Gift Catalog, this year’s catalog features more than 250 gifts ranging in price from $16 to $50,000, popular items include a goat and two chickens, clothing for children, ducks and medicine.

World Vison sent me along a gift basket valued at $455 that featured some great items that would make perfect gifts for the foodie in your life!

The Upcycled Artisanal Bowl is absolutely STUNNING! This item is handmade in India from reclaimed industrial waste such as wires and metal.

You can receive this item with a donation of $135.

The Hand-Carved Serving Spoons are made from olive wood and crafted in Kenya. The fabric gift bag that is included is hand sewn by local women and the serving spoons are made to benefit orphans of the Kamba tribe. These spoons are absolutely STUNNING! I love the braided handles!

You can receive this item with a donation of $75.

The Organic Coffee Blend features fair trade coffees from Indonesia, South America, and Africa. This organic blend features a peat flavor with dark chocolate and berry notes. This whole bean coffee is super tasty and also includes a hand-carved coffee scoop that also doubles as a bag clip.

You can receive this item with a donation of $85.

The Reversible Placemats were one of my favorite items! They are handmade by artisans in Bali using only sustainable materials and recycled fabrics. They feature both an orange and yellow design and I am really loving the orange!

You can receive this item with a donation of $95.

The Kenyan Salad Scoops like the Hand-Carved Serving Spoons are also made using olive wood. They are super unique I thought and a great conversation piece at dinner!(I’ve had a few guests love them and ask where I purchased them)

You can receive this item with a donation of $75.

Through World Vision, you can also sponsor a child for the monthly cost of $39 which will help that child and their community to stand tall, free from poverty.

Be sure to check out their Gift Catalog for a full list of items available.

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8 comments

  1. Sherri K says:

    I don’t really support any charities.
    I find families or people I know who arenin need and help them.
    Charities take to much of the money and put it in their own pockets.
    Having had a bad experience with 3 big charities I shy away from them.

  2. Amber says:

    I like to support local organizations, like the town’s food pantry or the toy drive put on by our police department. It’s nice to know you’re helping your neighbors during the holiday season.

  3. Amy Wyatt says:

    I like to donate to The Wounded Warrior Project or to the ASPCA. We also find toys/goodies for families at our church that need assistance.

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