12.11.2017

Holiday Gift Giving with World Vision

Give back while you shop for loved ones this holiday season with World Vision, a global humanitarian organization that aims to combat poverty and injustice around the world (take a look at their mission here). World Vision is present in nearly 100 countries, helping wherever there is need, from emergency relief in disaster situations, through their sponsored child program to bringing clean water to communities living without. They are also incredibly transparent with how every dollar is spent, which I really appreciate.

By buying handcrafted gifts from all over the world, you can help further the work of World Vision. See below for some of their gorgeous offerings -- in this case, perfect for a special lady in your life!

























This bracelet was designed by actress Patricia Heaton and handcrafted by artisans in India who are thriving in fair trade business ($100 donation).

























This stylish Vietnamese tote bag is hand-embroidered by mostly disabled women who are gaining independence and overcoming poverty through their crafts ($100 donation).

























With a donation of $85, you can receive this gorgeous infinity scarf, handmade by weavers in Tamil Nadu, South India, who earn sustainable income from these scarves.

























This necklace is so my style, and I love the colors. Made by Delhi artisans in a fair trade producer group, you can receive this with a donation of $100.

























I'm really crushing on this wraparound ring, handmade by fair trade artisans in India. Yours to gift (or keep!) for a $65 donation.




Incredibly special is this African soapstone box, which was hand-carved and etched by local artisans in Kenya. Using this sustainable resource, artisans are lifting themselves and their families out of poverty ($85 donation).

Happy to spread the mission of World Vision and encourage a different way of gift giving this holiday season!




Disclosure: I was provided with a sampling of products in order to complete this review. All opinions herein are my own.

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