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Give socially responsible gifts for the holidays from the 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog.

World Vision Gift Catalog

This holiday season give socially responsible gifts that give back to those in need. The 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog features over 250 gifts that give back to those in need. The World Vision Gift Catalog has gifts ranging from $16-$39,000 which improves the quality of life for struggling families, women, and children in the US and other countries around the world.  There are several beautiful gift ideas such as the Silver Vines Cuff. It is a beautiful adjustable silver cuff bracelet made by artisan’s an Old Delhi India. The bracelet supports the families of the artisan’s through fair trade practices. I also am hosting a Silver Vines Cuff Giveaway!

The adjustable silver cuff bracelet designed by artisan’s an old Delhi, India features, and intricate lace vine pattern. The size of the bracelet is 2.5” x 2.25” but is adjustable by 1 ½ inches wide. This beautiful piece of jewelry is a result of jewelry makers that were once mistreated who band together to support their family through fair trade practices. As you can see, the bracelet is stunning.

Silver Vines Cuff

World Vision Gift Catalog has beautiful handcrafted gifts including jewelry, scarves, coasters, coffee, tote bags and more that would be beautiful gifts to give this holiday season. Additionally, you can make a donation for specific causes, countries and items. For example, you can make a donation of $25 to help children in America who need clothing and shoes. The $25 donation provides $300 worth of necessities for American children.

World Vision Gift Catalog honors the generous donations and uses it in the most effective way possible. This holiday season give socially responsible gifts that give back to those in need with gift items from World Vision Gift Catalog. To learn more about World Vision Catalog and the programs they offer visit the website. You can also enter to win the Silver Vines Cuff below.


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  1. the food bank and getting names off of our church christmas tree for needly families so they can have a christmas present

  2. Jennifer Rote says:

    I give to Toys for Tots this time of year.

  3. Brandi Dawn says:

    We love Operation Turkey! And we do an annual coat drive for the homeless in Acacia Park.

  4. I participate in lots of holiday drives locally, providing clothes, food, and pet supplies every year!

  5. Some of the ways we give back during the holiday season are to donate a lot of food items, non-perishable. We donate tons of clothing, and pet food to the local shelter.

  6. Regine Karpel says:

    Angel Tree

  7. Andrea Williams says:

    Donating food and toys for our church to give to needy families in the area.

  8. bethelderton says:

    We donate to almost everything local–toy drives, coat and blanket donations. I also make food gifts for elder members of my neighborhood–this year there is a new mom down the street 🙂
    Mary Beth Elderton

  9. Jeanna Massman says:

    I participate in a food drive at my church and donate to Toys for Tots.

  10. I love being involved with the service activities we have for my students and their families that need a little extra hand this time of year.

  11. Donate toys to our local charity and we like to buy a meal from Bob Evans for a family in need.

  12. I like to sponsor a family or two and help them have a Christmas that would not have had otherwise.

  13. I love to donate supplies to our local animal shelter.

  14. I just wake up everyday and don’t think about myself if I see someone in need of help I help them but when I’m not helping people out and need to be alone and clear my mind I volunteer at the wetlands park

  15. Dana Murphy says:

    We donate, make treats for the neighbors, and make dog treats for the local animal shelter.

  16. My favorite way to give back is to volunteer over the holidays!

  17. mrsmchappell says:

    We do different stuff every year. It just depends on what needs we see in our area…

  18. I love to donate to Toys for Tots.

  19. Sonya Sanderson says:

    I take in a homeless friend for the holidays.

  20. I always donate toys.

  21. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    We donate toys to the Toys for Tots Program.

  22. Candace Galan-Calderon says:

    Helping needy families with food and some things for their kids.

  23. donate toys and clothing

  24. I love giving homemade candy for christmas

  25. I donate shawls and baby caps that I have knit

  26. Emily Robinson says:

    I try to give back year-round.

  27. Deborah Grant says:

    I make homemade cookies for residents in the nursing homes.

  28. I stock up on toiletries through out the year and donate them to the homeless shelter

  29. I love getting extra toys and donating them my workplace’s Toys for Tots program.

  30. Me and my mom donate clothes and toys to the church and local shelters


  32. Natalie Brown says:

    The company my husband works for buys gifts for children living in a transitional housing facility but they also encourage employees to choose one child and fulfill their wish-list. We’ve done this for the past four years and it’s always so much fun. 🙂

  33. Dorothy Boucher says:

    I like to donate to charity, help out in the soup kitchens or where ever I might do some good

  34. I love to buy and donate Toys for Tots

  35. I like to help donate food.

  36. We like to bake extra Christmas cookies and treats to share. We also like remember our friends with a warm card.

  37. We always give to toys for tots and donate to a local food pantry

  38. We donate anything in great shape and we visit the local nursing home.

  39. Donate to Kettles & animal shelters…

  40. Volunteering my time at the food pantry and at the nursing home.

  41. we donate food, toys, money at christmas time and all year long.

  42. We donate to our local animal shelter and soup kitchen.

  43. I donate my time and money to the local pantry

  44. We donate to the Salvation Army, Goodwill, etc.

  45. I always put money in the Salvation Army kettle.

  46. i give toys to the toys to tot program

  47. Usually toys for tots

  48. Kathleen S. says:

    I give to the local food bank. I hope to get my kids more involved in giving to others. We’ve had to be on the receiving end of a food pantry, one time, and I know i really appreciated that it was there.

  49. My favorite way is to give food and blankets to food shelters and by helping in my local soup kitchen!

  50. I donate to the Salvation Army and donate new toys being collected in our area.

  51. We do Coats for Kids through my work. My son comes and helps sort the coats and gloves. It truly is a wonderful experience each and every year.

  52. I buy and donate toys to kids.

  53. donating clothing or time

  54. Oh I mised it

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