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A new World Vision survey found that most Americans (who typically make charitable donations during the holidays) do not plan to change the amount of their holiday charitable giving this year due to global crises, the biggest exception are millineal men.
Three years after the United Nations declared October 11 as the International Day of the Girl Child, the 2014 World Vision Gift Catalog encourages men and women to further awareness and advocacy for vulnerable girls worldwide.
Since it first began in1996, the popularity of World Vision’s Gift Catalog as a gift giving alternative has grown substantially, with over 844,000 people in the U.S. and around the world contributing in the last fiscal year alone.
Jenneh Mansary could barely make ends meet for her five children, so she certainly couldn’t make her 13-year-old son’s dreams of attending school come true. A World Vision Gift Catalog donation helped change that.
Say "Thank Ewe, Mom" this Mother's Day with the first-ever World Vision Mother's Day Gift Catalog
In the rush to get donations in before midnight on December 31, choosing a charity can seem time-consuming. Here are three simple steps to help you choose a responsible charity that aligns with your passions and maximizes your contribution in time for a tax break.
In its 18th year, the World Vision Gift Catalog offers shoppers simple click-print-and-give options that truly make a difference – gifts that aid those in need and can change a life for a lifetime.
A new survey also reports that a majority of Americans across all age groups donate charitable gifts like the ones found in World Vision’s Gift Catalog — an ideal way to honor friends and loved ones for Christmas.