Gifts that make a difference and an impact are always high on my list when I start planning out my gift list. For the fourth year, we’ve paired with World Vision to feature one of their great items for the holiday season. World Vision sent me their Silver Vines Cuff to review and add to our wardrobe in time for the holiday season.
The silver vines cuff is beautifully made and designed by artisans in Old Delhi, India. The silver cuff is adjustable to fit different sizes of wrists, and the accenting silver tones will go with any outfit. I absolutely love the look of the bracelet, and it’s light weight when you’re wearing it. But the best thing about the bracelet is that each one purchased helps support a family through fair trade practices.
The 2015 World Vision Gift Catalog contains more than 250 poverty-fighting gifts, ranging in price from $16 to $39,000, that improve the quality of life for struggling children and families in the U.S. and around the world. The gifts you can order provide help where it is most needed, and for ordering you can get a gift for yourself or someone on your list that they will love and treasure for years to come.
Find out more about World Visions gifts and their impact in this fun video:
World Vision is giving one of my readers their own Silver Vines Bracelet for the holiday season. Read how you can win below!
How Can You Win?
Enter to win with the form below. Which product would you give (or get) from World Vision Gift Catalog to make a difference? Or who would you give the cuff to if you won (it’s ok to keep it for yourself!)? If you do not do this entry – you will not win! So make sure you leave a comment and then enter using the form below!
I would give the cuff to my teenage granddaughter and I also like from their site:Royal Silk Scarf
I would give the Mango Wood Beaded Bracelet to my daughter.
I would like to give the Goat and 2 Chickens to family that needs it.
I would keep the cuff for myself. It would look great when I need to go out dressed up.
I love the World Vision Silver Cuff and would keep it for myself.
I like the Thai red bracelet.
I would love to win this silver cuff to give to my sister-in-law!
I would give the cuff to my sister.
I would give Life-Saving Food and Care to help someone that needs it.
I like the Thai red necklace.
I think the royal silk scarf is very pretty.
I want to give 5 Ducks to help a family.
I would like to get or give the History’s First Coffee Blend. We are a house of coffee drinkers. So having a cup of coffee that helps someone is great.
I would like to donate for the Education for Girls
I would buy the Christmas Star Ornament
The History’s First Coffee Blend would make a great gift for several members of my coffee-loving family…including me.
I would like to donate a bike to help a woman or girl.
The Drops of Turquoise Necklace would be gorgeous with Winter sweaters!
I would give this cuff to my daughter. I bet she would love this for Christmas!
I would like to purchase a New Mother and Baby Kit for someone.
I would like to get the Career Training for Girls and Women
I would give the Capiz Shell Coasters. They would be a great gift.
I would like to get the Mango Wood Beaded Bracelet
I would like to get the Drops of Turquoise Earrings
I would like to get the Share of a Sewing Machine and Training
I would like to get the Safety for a Formerly Exploited Child
I would like to get the Capiz Shell Coaster