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Consider a gift from the World Vision Catalog

This time of year, there are many reminders of why we should be thankful, and for many of us that means thinking of what presents we can get for our loved ones. But have you ever sat in a room full of gifts thinking, ‘How could I make this a more meaningful experience?’

Well, we think we may have an answer.

Instead of spending hundreds of dollars on toys from big box stores that our children will play with once or twice, consider a gift from the World Vision Catalog. It just might be a meaningful alternative to your typical holiday gift.

For over 25 years, World Vision has been selling items that benefit children and families all over the world — such as goats and life-saving medicines — through it’s holiday gift catalog.

Celebrities like Patricia Heaton and others have encouraged shoppers over the years to reinvent their gift list for more life-changing gifts.

“This catalog offers a wide variety of items to match the hobby or interests of the person you’re buying for. For example, a gardener might like to buy some drought resistant seeds for a farmer while sports enthusiast could get a kick out of four soccer balls donated to a school,” according to representatives at World Vision.

“The World Vision is a Christian relief and development organization dedicated to helping children and their communities worldwide reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty,” according to the organization’s website.

World Vision says they have helped more than 800,000 people around the world.

To order World Vision gift catalog, call 888-511-6511 or visit worldvisiongifts.org.

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