Some people are just hard to buy for, and I think each of us has one of them (or more, if we’re not so lucky) to buy for. I know I do. This year, give your “hard to buy for” family and friends a gift of that keeps on giving. Simply visit http://www.worldvisiongifts.org/ to find over 200 ways to give!
I’ve told you before that we sponsor a child through World Vision. I started our families commitment to the ministry of World Vision nearly fifteen years ago, and we continue it today. I just love getting the updates on our little girl in Indonesia.
I like to shop the Maximum Impact Fund, a list of 36 items, which enables World Vision to answer specific, urgent needs of children and families that might otherwise go unmet. Items in the Maximum Impact Fund include items like an Eco Cold Cup, Veggie Tales “Incredible Vegetables” DVD, or a set of plush toys Gertie Goat, Chuma Chick and Pallu Pig. These items include a product that you will personally receive. Others, like the 5 ducks and 2 chickens, do not. Either way, you are changing the life of the recipient. 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
Some of the gift options in the Maximum Impact Fund are beautiful jewelry items. You may remember my World Vision multi-colored necklace from last year. I still love it! This year I chose an Artisan Beaded Necklace from the Maximum Impact Fund. It is so pretty and can be worn with the one I selected last year or on it’s own. It’s about 22 inches long, so it can be worn as a long strand or doubled.
Giving a gift through the World Vision Gift Catalog couldn’t be easier. 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
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!***