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Have you ever struggled over what to buy for the person who already has everything? Or have trouble shopping for a person who doesn’t really want anything? I know a few such people, and I think gifts that give back are the perfect solution in either situation. At the same time you can give a meaningful gift to someone you love while helping someone in need that you’ve never even met.
The 2015 World Vision Gifts Catalog contains more than 250 poverty-fighting gifts, ranging in price from $16 to $39,000, that improve the quality of life for struggling children and families in the U.S. and around the world. This holiday season, encourage your readers to give help where it is most needed and receive beautiful handcrafted jewelry for themselves or their loved ones, such as:
The Royal Silk Scarf is even more beautiful in person than it looked online. It is sheer and would be great over a sweater or a LBD to glam it up. The luxurious and colorful silk scarf is woven by Vietnam’s Ma Chau villagers who receive sustainable income through their craft. This is more than a materialistic gift. At $95, a gift that helps the poor is what the holiday season is all about – giving.
Approximately 68″ in length, every scarf is one of a kind; size and color will vary slightly. The fair market value is $22, so the balance paid is tax deductible. Visit World Vision online or call 1.888.511.6548 to order.
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I like the Drops of Turquoise Bracelet for my sister.
Amy Deeter says
i also love the Silver Vines Cuff.I would give this to my friend
Sherry Conrad says
I would like to buy the Colors of Africa Bracelet & Earring Set because the money goes where it is needed most.
I like the Artisan Multi-colored Necklace and would give it to my friend Amanda.