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World Vision Gift Catalog

Do you have anyone on your list that it seems like they have everything?  Or don’t need anything?

This year, honor your family and friends with a gift of love. Visit http://www.worldvisiongifts.org/ to find over 200 ways to give!

I have partnered with World Vision through the child sponsor program for nearly fourteen years.  When Hubs and I married, we continued our child sponsorship, and expanded our World Vision involvement to include volunteering at local World Vision Artist events and gift giving from the World Vision Gift Catalog.

The following gifts are available with your gift to the Maximum Impact Fund. Your gift to the Maximum Impact Fund enables World Vision to answer specific, urgent needs of children and families that might otherwise go unmet.

World Vision Gift CatalogPlush toy goat
$25 or more
World Vision Gift CatalogPlush toy chick $25 or more World Vision Gift Catalog
Ugandan bracelet
$35 or more
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Thai bracelet  $40 or more (also  in turquoise)
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Artisan beaded necklace
$60 or more
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Travel Mug
$70 or more
World Vision Gift CatalogArtisan multi-colored necklace  $100 or more World Vision Gift Catalog
Thai necklace and bracelet set  $100 or more (also in turquoise)
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Eco cold cup
$50 or more
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Travel Mug & World Coffee 3 pack $100 or more
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Coffee Set & Travel Mug
$100 or more
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Handmade Thai Bag
$125 or more
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Hearts 4 Hearts Doll $125 or more
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Thai Silk Scarf
$125 or more
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Hand-woven Thai purse $125 or more
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Christmas Ornament Set $150 or more

Please note your gift is tax-deductible less the fair market value of the item received, which is noted on it’s corresponding page in the World Vision Gift Catalog

The artisan multi-colored necklace is truly a versatile piece of jewelry.  It is a long beaded strand (appromixately 48 inches) that can be worn as a bracelet, a long necklace, or choker style.  It is simply gorgeous, and I cannot tell you how many compliments I have received when wearing it!

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Not worried about receiving a gift for your giving?  Then consider the following gift ideas…

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Feed a family for a day in the USA
$16
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3 Ducks
$18
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2 Chickens
$25
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5 Fruit Trees
$30
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Clean Water Fund
$50
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Lifesaving Medicine and Supplies
$60
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Goat
$75
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6 Rabbits
$96
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A Goat and 2 Chickens
$100
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13 Small Farm Animals
$101
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Sheep and Goat
$180
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Donkey
$225

When you give a gift through World Vision’s Gift Catalog, you can choose to mail, e-mail, or print a card to let your loved one know that you gave in their honor.  For as little as $10, you truly can change the world.

Give a gift. Change a life. Go to www.worldvisiongifts.org

Learn more about World Vision’s work by visiting their website at http://www.worldvision.org

Learn more about World Vision’s “The True Spirit of Christmas” campaign on Facebook at:  http://www.facebook.com/truespiritofchristmas

Tell me, which gift would you be most likely to give?

***While I did receive a sample product to facilitate the review portion of this post, I am a World Vision sponsor and volunteer and I stand behind the vision/mission of the organization 100%.  All opinions expressed are my own, and I love World Vision!***

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.