Give Gifts That Make A Difference






If you want to give a gift this year that will make a difference in someone's life, take a look at the World Vision Gift Catalog.  They have gift options that include ornaments, jewelry, serving spoons, coffee and more.  Your donation helps people in impoverished locations, including in the U.S.



In 2015, more than 122,000 donors gave more than 297,000 items from the Gift Catalog!  Items range in price from $16 to $39,000 and can be purchased in a loved one's name.



The item we received this year is a bag of 16 oz. History's First Coffee Blend - whole beans.  It comes with a hand-carved Olive-wood scoop and African bag.  The coffee has a chocolate and citrus flavor from beans from Ethiopian Yirgacheffe and Sumatra Permata Gayo farmers.

The coffee smells wonderful in the bag and while brewing.  It has a light taste that I like and MH said was very good - that is something for him to say it was very good.  The bag is very nice and I have a feeling will be used a lot.  The suggested donation price is $75 for this set.  This is a perfect gift for the coffee lovers on your gift lists.


Take a look at the 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog and follow them on social media at:

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One person will WIN a History's First Coffee w/ Scoop & Bag (ARV $19)

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Rules:
Open to U.S. 18+
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Giveaway ends on 12/19/15 at 11:59 PM, ET
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Winners will be listed on Winner's Page and E-Mailed


10 comments

  1. Leave a comment on this blog post letting me know what gift you would choose to give from the World Vision catalog?

    anything that feed somebody thanks

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  2. I would give the Drops of Turquoise Bracelet.

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  3. I'd love to gift my sister the Silver Vines Cuff :)

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  4. I like the Vietnamese Tote. Very Pretty.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  5. I would give the olivewood salad servers as a gift!

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  6. I would gift the Thai Patchwork Tote.

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  7. I love the Drops of Turquoise Necklace.

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  8. They have so many lovely things. For myself, I would love the Multi-Strand Balinese Necklace. For my husband, he would love their coffee.

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  9. I would gift the http://donate.worldvision.org/ways-to-give/by-category/handcrafted-gifts/drops-of-turquoise-bracelet to my mother or sister.

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  10. the Drops of Turquoise Bracelet is my pick!

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