Saturday, December 1, 2012

World Vision Gifts + Eco Cold Cup giveaway!

You may remember my post from last year about World Vision Gifts.

World Vision gifts is a catalog that allows people to give charitable donations that will be used in other countries, instead of donating a certain amount of money to an organization, you choose what your money is spent on.


Some examples of gifts you can buy for families are

A goat and two chickens; which will provide milk, eggs and cheese to families,, this only costs  $100!

Buy a girl a bicycle for just $85 and help her get around!

You can also choose a donation and help girls who have been sexually exploited, get back on the right track

So I ask you in this season, where we are supposed to give to others, why not choose one of these beautiful gifts to share with someone less fortunate. You can even choose to give a gift to family in the United States! 



Buy a family two chickens  and they will send you a plush chick toy! What a great way to teach little ones about the importance of giving!
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I received this beautiful World Vision Eco Cold Cup which comes with a donation of $50 to the World Vision Maximum Impact Fund.. I love this cup for my morning smoothies on the go and its even BPA free!! 



World Vision also has stuffed animals, jewelry and other great gift ideas for family, I love how when choosing from World Vision Gifts, I can choose a gift for someone in my family, and the money that I spend goes to someone who needs it!!

WIN!!
Wear your heart on your sleeve, one lucky Mommypants reader will receive an Eco Cold Cup from World Vision Gifts!

To Enter:
LIKE World Vision Gifts on Facebook
Look through the World Vision Catalog and tell me which item you would purchase for a family in need!

please leave your email address in the comment so I can reach you.  
contest ends December 20, 2012


I received a free Eco Cold Cup from World Vision Gifts, all opinions in this review are mine. I did not receive any monetary compensation for this review. 

1 comment:

  1. I would give a goat and 2 chickens with the hope that maybe they would not only get eggs but possibly a hen and rooster so they could continue to have athem

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