30 Day Giving Challenge : World Vision Giveaway

image Today, as we approach the end of the 30 Day Giving Challenge, we are partnering with World Vision to offer a unique prize package that supports women and families around the world, giving them a hand up out of poverty. World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

Several of my friends had the opportunity to join World Vision on a blogging trip last May.  My heart was touched deeply through their experience, and my love for this ministry grew.

As an organization, World Vision is dedicated to working with the world’s most vulnerable people and serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender. “Our vision for every child, life in all its fullness; Our prayer for every heart, the will to make it so” Many of the donations to World Vision’s Maximum Gift Fund, which provides for the unique needs of children and families worldwide, also include a special gift to keep or give to someone else, such as the tumbler, bracelet or book that are included in the prize package below!

As part of the 30 Day Giving Challenge, I will be donating prize package I received to our church home, and I choose an entrepreneur to support with the micro loan gift card. One 4tunate reader will also win a World Vision prize package to keep or donate, including:

  • A Ugandan Bracelet, handcrafted in Uganda by women actively engaged in caring for children in their communities who have lost parents to AIDS.
  • $25 World Vision Micro Gift Card to help a hardworking entrepreneur by funding their small business loan — to buy a sewing machine, a bicycle, training, or whatever will put their families on the pathway to success.
  • A Thai Coin Purse, handmade in Thailand by women in World Vision job training projects.

Enter to win by:

  • Leaving a comment telling me something you appreciate about World Vision.

(If you are reading via email or in a reader, please click through to the post to enter.)

Bonus Entries: (Leave a separate comment for each.)

You have multiple opportunities to win by clicking over to the other 30 Day Giving Team Member’s and entering on their sites:


34 thoughts on "30 Day Giving Challenge : World Vision Giveaway"

  1. Lindsay says:

    I love how World Vision gives people an opportunity to help themselves. It’s not a hand out, it’s a hand up. Love that!

  2. Lindsay says:

    I subscribe to your RSS feed!

  3. Lindsay says:

    I follow World Vision on FB!

  4. AmazingGreis says:

    I love World Vision…I’ve sponsored a child since May. They do a wonderful job!

  5. KS Dallas says:

    As an office manager for a nonprofit – I appreciate any nonprofit organization that is working to make a difference in people’s lives.

  6. angel says:

    They share the love of Christ which is even more important than our physical needs

  7. I love World Vision – I’ve been sponsoring a Hope Child for 4 years. A fantastic organization and a wonderful way to give. I highly recommend browsing their gift catalog – give a goat in someone’s name to a person in need! 🙂

  8. Allyson says:

    I love world visiion! I have been sponsoring a child since 2000! she is getting to big! I love they send me handwritten updates from my little girl! I also love their gift catalog near christmas!!

  9. Allyson says:

    follow WV on twitter @sgsmama

  10. Linda from Georgia says:

    World Vision is successful because it demonstrates confidence in people being able to care for themselves — all they need is a little help.

  11. Amber says:

    serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or gender

  12. Amber says:

    follow u on twitter as Amber01sw

  13. Amber says:

    follow them on twitter as Amber01sw

  14. I love how they give the opportunity to help

  15. Mandy says:

    We have just recently sponsored our first child through World Vision, and our family has been so blessed by his letters and drawings! We gave to bless him, and he has blessed us! We are so thankful for agencies like World Vision and all that they do!

  16. shirley says:

    I like the hand-up not hand-out idea they have.

  17. shirley says:

    Like World Vision on FB-shirley e

  18. Joyce Mlinek says:

    I like that World Vision has an all emcompassing view of God’s love for people of every race and creed.

  19. Joyce Mlinek says:

    I get your e-mails.

  20. Joyce Mlinek says:

    I liked World Vision on fb.

  21. Jamie says:

    I appreciate that world vision helps my brothers and sisters that I could only ever dream of being able to help.

  22. Jamie says:

    I followed you on twitter via Sweet_Bits

  23. Amanda says:

    I think it’s great they help people out of harsh environments and give them a leg to stand on.

  24. amanda says:

    I am a fb fan.

  25. Miranda says:

    I actually sponser through Compassion but I have a friend who sponsers through World Vision. She says they are really timely about sending letters from their sponsered child.

  26. Miranda says:

    Follow you on twitter. @randi094

  27. Miranda says:

    Follow World Vision on twitter. @randi094

  28. Christie says:

    I like that World Vision is the hands and feet of Jesus to so many people.

  29. Christie says:

    World Vision FB fan

  30. Karla says:

    I appreciate how World Vision is an organization that is truly affecting people all around the world!

  31. Karla says:

    I subscribe to the e-mail.

  32. Karla says:

    I like World Vision on Facebook.

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