Give a Gift and Help a Family In Need With the World Vision Gift Catalog

If you’re searching for truly meaningful gifts this holiday season, the World Vision Gift Catalog offers an alternative way to spread the joy while helping children and families in need throughout the U.S. and worldwide.

With more than 250 items to choose from and gifts to fit anyone’s budget, the gift catalog allows you to provide clean water, food and other life-changing necessities to families in desperate need. By giving a gift in your recipients honor, you can feel good about changing the life of a needy family while your gift recipient will enjoy a gift that truly means something during this holiday season.

Additionally, World Vision offers a Maximum Impact Fund gifts section that guarantees your financial contribution will go where its most desperately needed. When selecting a gift from the Maximum Impact Fund, you’ll also receive one of 36 items that can also be given to your gift recipient while you help a family in need. Some of these gifts include:

  • Fair-Trade Coffee Set – For the coffee connoisseur on your list, this gift is sure to delight. The kit features flavors from Ethiopia, Sumatra and Costa Rica and includes a hand-made olivewood scoop that benefits over 200 orphans from the Kamba tribe.
  • Hand-Carved Serving Spoons – A perfect hostess gift, these gorgeous hand-carved serving spoons are packaged in an artfully crafted bag handmade by African women. Each serving spoon is unique in its own way, so no two spoons will be alike.
  • Eco Cold Cup – Great for those on-the-go, this BPA-free eco-friendly travel cup is great for coffee, tea, water or other beverages.
  • Artisan Multi-Colored Necklace – This multi-purpose necklace can also be worn as a bracelet or a belt, making it perfect for the accessory-lover on your gift list.
These are just a small sampling of the gifts you can receive when you make a financial contribution through World Vision’s Maximum Impact Fund. For more information and to see a complete selection of gifts and how you can help this holiday season, please visit


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