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I don't have everything I want, but I have everything I need. I have a roof over my head, plenty of food, and have extra money to spare sometimes. Not everyone has it so lucky.
From early on, I've taught my kids the value of a dollar and how to be charitable. I believe it's important to help others who aren't so fortunate. There are people in this world who don't have even the basic necessities and I believe that it's only fair that everyone who can should help others in need. One such company that considers those in need is World Vision.
The gift catalog offers more than 100 meaningful gifts, like live animals, clean water, clothing, medicine, education, and more. Last year thousands of live animals were distributed to those in need. Goats are usually the most popular gift choice; Imagine gifting a goat to a family, who in turn will use it for milk, cheese, and eggs. It really is a gift that keeps giving! Not all of the gifts offered on World Vision are donation only. You can purchase tangible, hand made, Maximum Impact items to gift to your loved ones this holiday that will still help benefit those in need. More than 250 items, ranging in price from $10 to $39,000, are available online and in the print catalog to help improve quality of life for women, children and families in the U.S. and around the world.
One such tangible gift is the Hand-Carved Serving Spoons. Each beautiful set of two hand-carved olivewood serving spoons is delivered in a gift bag of African fabric hand-sewn by local women. The serving spoons are made to benefit orphans of the Kamba tribe in Kenya. The serving spoons are made to benefit orphans of the Kamba tribe in Kenya, and they can be purchased for $65. Each set is uniquely carved. One spoon is slotted and the involved details of each one is stunning. They make beautiful decor pieces, or can be used to serve food. They're pretty and functional but, best of all, they help people in need.
To order from World Vision’s Gift Catalog, visit www.worldvisiongifts.org or call 855-WV-GIFTS.
One person will win Hand-Carved Serving Spoons from World Vision.
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