Thursday, December 1, 2011

Holiday Gift Guide: World Vision Gift Catalog - Thai Bracelet - Review (And a giveaway)

It’s that time of year when spreading cheer is important and I just found out about a charitable cause that is really great. World Vision is a website that helps children and families worldwide.  It’s great to donate money, it’s even better to donate money and get a little something unique back for your contribution.
With a $40.00 donation you can receive the beautiful bracelet I received that is handmade and absolutely exquisite! It’s one thing to donate money, but it’s another thing to donate to something and get to choose where it goes. Want to buy a goat for a family you can.

 Help where it's needed most ... AND get a gift for yourself or someone you care about! With your gift of $40 or more to our Maximum Impact Fund — which provides for the unique needs of children and families worldwide — you will enjoy giving or wearing a beautiful handcrafted Thai bracelet. This lovely piece of jewelry was made in a project that helps protect vulnerable girls from exploitation.

Want to buy a well for a village (it’s $13,500!) you can or you can donate $100.00 towards a well if you’re not that flush with cash;-). This isn’t just a charity it’s a great idea, the families that are provided with a goat can now provide themselves with milk, and cheese and yogurt that can help sustain the family for years. And if that goat is lucky enough to find a mate the offspring can be sold to another family. It’s an amazing idea; the idea is to donate to those who are less fortunate but to teach them about how to better their position.
I know I take for granted my life….I go to my faucet turn it on and clean water comes out. I go to my fridge and it’s stoked with food. In the winter I have warmth, in the summer I have air conditioning. We’re lucky enough to go to Disney World a couple times a year on top of other vacations. We have it pretty good and I’m thankful for that and I’d like to be able to help a family who isn’t as lucky as mine and I couldn’t think of a better charity than World Vision. They do amazing work and if you can please make a donation and help a family who isn’t as lucky as yours or mine out.

So when shopping for your holiday gifts this year make sure to check out World Vision, they have gifts for everyone on your holiday list this year.

Buy it:

The Thai Bracelet is$40.00 and it available at World Vision and there are so many other great items as well.

Win it:

One winner will win a Thai Bracelet of their own.

Disclosure: The reviews and or opinions on this blog are my own opinions . I received a bracelet to review. No monitory compensation was received. I was not required to write a positive review. Your experience may differ. The opinions I have expressed are my own I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsement and Testimonials in Advertising .


wizardewu said...

I like the Travel Mug & World Coffee 3-pack.
eugeniewu at gmail dot com

R. said...

I like the Ugandan bracelet.

rebecca.nvcl (at)

Howell said...

I like the Fair Trade Coffee Set.
hlee99 at gmail dot com

incorporealidol said...

My favorite item is the artisan multi-colored necklace.

Unknown said...

I like the gift of giving a goat - what an incredible gift to a family in need!

Unknown said...

I like the gift of giving a goat to someone in need - what a great idea!

Amy V said...

ugandan bracelet

buzzd said...

I like the Ugandan bracelet

Anonymous said...

I lovethe Fair Trade Coffee Set.
galyettina at yahoo dot com

Barbara said...

ugandan bracelette

Kathy P said...

i like the difference hoodie

Salleefur/Jesselyn/Jesster said...

For myself or a friend - I would love the matching Thai Necklace - in either Blue or Black (or both!) Artists/artisans in Thailand especially need out support more than ever!

I also love the idea of giving a gift to those most in need, like a Goat (as Amy mentioned above) or gifts for those in need that most of us take for granted, like food and shelter. Small business loans and educational aid are essential too.


Salleefur/Jesselyn/Jesster said...

Oops! Accicently typed in my Twitter name in the Networked Blogs entry box - it should read Jesselyn A


cassandra marquez said...

I like the ugandan bracelet!

Charlene Kuser said...

My favorite item is the artisan multi-colored necklace.

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