New from World Vision: Gift Catalog
to Help Empower Girls and Women
Honor Friends and Loved Ones While Fighting Exploitation,
AIDS and Extreme Poverty
Patricia Heaton Encourages Shoppers to Get Involved
Seattle, WA, December 5, 2006-–The number of shopping transactions by and for women each day around the globe is mind-boggling. Meanwhile, millions of girls and women work tirelessly but still lack the minimal resources needed to protect themselves and to feed and care for their families. Of the 1.3 billion people worldwide living in extreme poverty, 70 percent are women.
With the new “Girls and Women Gift Catalog” from World Vision, Americans can purchase gifts to empower these hard workers while honoring friends, colleagues, and loved ones. The new catalog, located at www.worldvisiongifts.org/girlsandwomen, offers twenty important ways to make a difference in the life of a girl or woman.
After choosing these important gifts – such as new mother and baby kits, small business loans, and income-producing animals -– you can designate them in honor of others and send personalized cards describing the gifts and their impact. The actual gifts purchased help girls and women in the developing world in the following year.
“So many women and girls around the world lack life’s basics like clean water, health care, and the means to care for their families,” said Patricia Heaton, actor and producer. “World Vision is making a difference in their lives and this catalog offers an opportunity to be part of this important work.”
The new gift catalog was inspired by the success of the World Vision Gift Catalog created ten years ago. In addition to individual donors interested in alternative giving options, World Vision also welcomes the growing participation of schools, businesses, and churches. Last year, more $10 million was raised through the gift catalog.
Choices in the new Girls and Women Gift Catalog include:
To order World Vision gifts, visit the web site at www.worldvisiongifts.org/girlsandwomen. To order by phone or to request a print catalog, call toll-free (888) 511-6511. All items are tax-deductible.
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian organization dedicated to working with children, families and their communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice. We serve the world’s poor, regardless of a person’s religion, race, ethnicity or gender. For more information, please visit www.worldvision.org/press.
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