There is nothing that I love more than a company that gives back. With World Vision you can not only get these beautiful gifts where the money goes to where it is most needed, or you can forgo the item and donate money to an item or place that you want it to go to. This is a great option for the person that does not really want anything. You can donate in their name.
Every year we also make a donation in my son’s name. He passed away so young I like to do something that would be fun for other kids. So, when I saw the 2 soccer balls for $16 I knew this would be perfect for him. It will help bring a little joy to kids who otherwise may not get the fun they need in life.
There are so many great ways to give with World Vision it will actually be hard to pick. You can also request a catalog so you can flip around and see what really calls to you.
- The Patricia Heaton Hope Bracelet ($100, press release): This year, everyone’s favorite TV mom, Patricia Heaton, has partnered with World Vision to design the Patricia Heaton Hope Bracelet. The name was purposely chosen to encourage people to feel hopeful about our world and to give hope, through generosity, to those in need.
- Silver Vines Cuff ($85): This adjustable bracelet’s intricately laced vine pattern will add subtle detail to any outfit.
- Charm Necklace ($100): A new masterpiece that is strikingly simple and beautiful, handcrafted by artisans in Delhi for fair trade wages
- Infinity Scarf ($85): Another brand-new item that is an array of alternating patterns and colors. This scarf is hand-woven with care for weavers earning a sustainable income.
I got these free in exchange for an honest review.