Nov 172012
 

World Vision Necklace

Did you start your holiday shopping yet? Or do you dread the crowds and holiday rush? World Vision is another alternative to the regular gift shopping rush, because with World Vision you can shop from the World Vision Gift Catalog online at www.worldvisiongifts.org.

With the World Vision Gift Catalog you can make a donation to the World Vision  Maximum Impact Fund, which are used to help children and families around the world. With a financial contribution, you can select one of the 36 Maximum Impact items that can be given to a loved one and at the same time help a person in need through a contribution in their name.

86 percent off every gift goes to programs helping children and families overcome poverty in almost 100 countries. For a $100 donation, you can also choose to give a goat and 2 chickens to a family, or you can choose to donate 2 chickens to a family in need for only $25. Two chickens will provide fresh eggs, and it will help the family earn money for clothes, foods and medicine through the sale of extra eggs.

World Vision Catalog 2012

Some of the gift items in the World Vision gift catalog includes the artisan beaded necklace above, a fair-trade coffee set, hand carved serving spoons, a Christmas ornament set and much much more.

World Vision Necklace

The artisan beaded necklace is a glass bead necklace, which has been handmade in Thailand. This is a very versatile necklace, which can be worn in several ways, and it can even be used as a bracelet. This artisan necklace is high-quality, it is made to last, and it is simple, beautiful and unique.

 

 

Buy Gifts from the World Vision Gift Catalog

You can make a contribution and choose a gift such as  the artisan beaded necklace featured in this post at the World Vision gifts catalog website, and there are many other gifts to choose between as well. You can also make a contribution to World Vision Maximum Impact Fund without receiving a free gift.

 

Win The Artisan Beaded Necklace from World Vision

One of Frugality Is Free readers will win the above featured artisan beaded necklace.

 
a Rafflecopter giveaway

 
Holiday Gift Guide

The World Vision Gift Catalog is a part of the Holiday Gift Guide, because it is a great way of helping others this holiday season while giving someone you care about a beautiful hand-crafted gift. .

 

This giveaway will end Monday December 17th at midnight EST.

Disclaimer: The Frugality Is Free family received a complimentary artisan beaded necklace sample for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway, no monetary compensation was received. Any opinions expressed above are based solely on our family’s experience with the artisan beaded necklace from the World Vision Catalog. All information about World Vision has been provided by the organization.

  51 Responses to “World Vision Gifts: Artisan Necklace Review & Giveaway (Holiday Gift Guide)”

  1. I love that I can give $600 in needed items to kids in USA for just $50

  2. I would like to give the $600 in needed items to kids in USA for just $50

  3. I always thought goats would be fun!

  4. I like the thought of giving 5 ducks or some other way to help them with their needs. It would be great to give this as a gift to the pastor

  5. A goat and two chicken would provide food for a hungry family.
    Thanks for the giveaway.

  6. The unity knot bracelet.

  7. It would be fun to gift 5 DUCKS to someone in need.

  8. I would want to help provide clean drinking water and give $100 to a woman to start up a business. What a great website.

  9. I’m going to give the heart ornament to my mom for Christmas. Thanks for the chance!

  10. It would be 5 DUCKS to someone in need.

  11. I love the idea of giving gifts that multiply. Being a farm girl, I’d like to give “seeds, tools and training” or a goat or chickens!

  12. Safety for a Formerly Exploited Child!!

  13. love that i can give safety for exploited children!

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  15. I plan to give the gift of 3 ducks.

  16. thai scarf olive cream

  17. I’d like to give the ducks.

  18. My children had picked out giving medicine/medical supplies to help other children

  19. unity knot bracelet

  20. the shirts are nice

  21. I’d love to give the hand carved serving spoons!

  22. I would like to give the $600 in needed items to kids in USA for just $50

  23. I would give the 13 farm animals. We have done this at our church before. Such a blessing.

  24. Agricultural Programs… the most basic need… food

  25. I would like to give Hope for Sexually Exploited Girls

  26. I like the thai scarf olive cream

  27. We think it would be fun to give a Goat and 2 chickens.

  28. TheThai bracelets are gorgeous. never heard of this site before. really neat concept.

  29. It would be fun to gift 5 DUCKS to someone in need.

  30. Love World Vision and all that they do. I’ve done 30 Hour Famine with youth groups to support World Vision and it has always been a powerful experience.

  31. I like the goat giving option.

  32. 5 ducks definitely. Ducks are healthy and strong and a great food source.

  33. I love that necklace from Thailand. But anything with goats will probably what we get… my son loves them. And a charity that helps other kids get a goat would be his thing.

  34. Ducks! I get some baby animals for each of the children in my life each year.

  35. Unity knot bracelet — so pretty!

  36. Goats

  37. I like the gift of one goat and 2 chickens. The medicine also sounds good for $35

  38. the goat for a family and a plush goat for my granddaughter

  39. I have goats and know what a blessing they are so would love to give them.

  40. i like the unity knot bracelet

  41. i like the tribal bead bracelet

  42. share a deep well!!!!

  43. i like the 2 Chickens

  44. i like the veggie tales dvd

  45. Christmas Ornament Set: Animal Trio

  46. I would give goats!

  47. I would give the 5 ducks.

  48. I like the ornaments

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