This holiday season World Vision invites you to look past gifting fruit cakes and cookies, and consider sending a gift from the World Vision Gift Catalog that will support children and families in the United States and around the world.
Do you have someone on your gift giving list that is impossible to shop for? The person who already has everything? Consider donating in that person’s name through World Vision.
World Vision gives you the option of gifting much needed fruit trees, drought resistant seeds, farm animals and even fresh water that will make a difference for struggling families and villages.
World Vision also offers Maximum Impact Fund gifts that are used where resources are most desperately needed. With a financial contribution, the gift giver can select one of 36 items that can be given to a loved one and at the same time help a person in need.
These gorgeous serving spoons are an example of a Maximum Impact Fund gift. This Hand Carved Spoon Set is sold for $65 and is made to benefit the orphans of the Kamba tribe of Kenya.
I received the Hand Carved Serving Spoon Set you see above in order to write this review and I have to tell you, I’m so pleased with the craftsmanship of these serving pieces. The quality is superb and the wood working is exquisite. Anyone who appreciates kitchen tools would be thrilled to receive this gift. And you can feel good knowing that your gift is also helping people in need.
World Vision would like to offer a giveaway of a set of Hand Carved Serving Spoons to one of my readers. To enter, comment on this post by leaving your first name, last initial and the state you are from. Entries must be received by Thursday, December 6th 11:59 pm ET.