World Vision ~ Give Great Gifts & Make the World a Better Place

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This holiday season, give beautiful handcrafted gifts from World Vision that your loved ones can unwrap and enjoy. At the same time, feel good knowing that your presents are helping to make the world a better place. How? Simply choose from World Vision’s Handcrafted Gifts Catalog, and a donation will be made to help alleviate poverty in the recipient’s name.

World Vision ~ Give great gifts and make the world a better place! Plus, enter to win World Vision gifts to keep or give away!

(Photo credit: Colleen Lanin)

World Vision’s mission

World Vision has been helping to alleviate poverty for over 20 years. This nonprofit organization provides assistance to people of all faiths and ethnicities in nearly 100 countries, with a particular focus on helping children and women in crisis.

Give World Vision gifts to help end world poverty

World Vision has been making the world a better place for 65 years (Photo from

World Vision’s Handcrafted Gifts

Choose from 28 handcrafted gifts this holiday season from World Vision. Gifts are tax-deductible, less the fair-market value as indicated for each item. Purchase such items as jewelry and other accessories, home goods, food items, and more. This Christmas, why not give a gift with real meaning?

Samples of handcrafted World Vision gifts to give your loved ones this holiday season

Samples of handcrafted World Vision gifts to give your loved ones this holiday season (Photo from

Other ways to help World Vision

Give a one time gift to children and families in need around the world. For example, you could give animals and agricultural gifts to provide vital nutrition, such as a fishing kit, a dairy cow or a beehive. You can also purchase clean water, medical care, clothing, a sewing machine and so much more. When you give any of these vital items, you can opt to send a note via mail (or email) to a loved one to let them know which item has been donated in their name.

Help others achieve their dreams of a better life by donating to World Vision

Help others achieve their dreams of a better life (Photo from

Sponsor a child for $39 a month to help that child and their community to stand tall, free from poverty. Within six to 12 weeks, you’ll receive the first letter from your child. It’s the start of a one-on-one relationship, and a fuller life for both of you.

Make a monthly donation to support this organization’s efforts to help communities develop the perfect recipe for sustainable success.

Enter to win this prize pack of World Vision handcrafted goodies ~ perfect for holiday gifts or to keep for yourself!

Enter to win this prize pack of handcrafted goodies ~ perfect for holiday gifts or to keep for yourself! (Photo credit: Colleen Lanin)


For additional gift recommendations, take a look at these gift ideas for travel lovers.

A Note from Travel Mamas: Because World Vision Inc. is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization., we have waived our fee for this blog post.

About Colleen Lanin

Colleen Lanin is the founder/editor-in-chief of As the author of her book, "The Travel Mamas' Guide," she teaches parents not only how to survive a trip with children, but also how to love exploring the world with their offspring. Her stories have appeared online and in print for such outlets as the "Today" show,, Parenting Magazine, Orlando Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, Expedia, San Diego Family Magazine, and more. Colleen gives tips on television, radio, and as a public speaker. She has a master’s degree in business administration with a background in marketing. She lives in Arizona with her husband and two kids.

  1. Stephanie V. says

    I’d love to keep the Royal Silk Scarf

  2. mitzi frank says

    I would gift the jewelry to friends, but the coffee is all mine!!

  3. I would love to gift the artisanal bowl – I think it would make a wonderful hostess gift. Thanks for this giveaway.

  4. I have a friend who I would definitely give the bowl to, it is 100% her style.

  5. Terry Poage says

    If I win I was going to keep all of them, but I might give the scarf to my friend who likes to wear them.

  6. Keeley Sullivan says

    I would love to own the Royal Silk Scarf. It is SO pretty!!

  7. All of the handcrafted stuff is beautiful. My girls love animal prints/pictures. I know several coffee lovers.

  8. I would keep the bracelet and gift the coffee to my hubby.

  9. I would like to gift the scarf to my Mom. I would like the coffee.

  10. Laurie Emerson says

    I would give the Royal Silk Scarf to mother-in-law who is like a second mother to me.

  11. Janice Gabriel says

    I’d love to give the bowl and the votive holder, and to keep the scarf, ivy bracelet cuff and coffee. Beautiful products and fine gifts – I love handmade objects!

  12. I’d most like to keep History’s First Coffee Blend.

  13. I would give the Turquoise Medallion Necklace to my daughter

  14. Amy Deeter says

    I would love to keep the coffee for myself

  15. vicki lorenz says

    My favorite is the Tree of Life votive holder!

  16. I would gift the coffee to my mom.

  17. Tabathia B says

    I would give the silk scarf to my daughter

  18. Richard Hicks says

    I would like the bowl a lot

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