World Vision Prize Package {Giveaway}

Today, as the 30 Day Giving Challenge comes to an end, 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. 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.

World Vision’s mission is beautiful:

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, and my family will choose an entrepreneur to support with the micro loan gift card.

A My Blessed Life 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.

To Enter:

  • Leave a comment telling me what you’ve given this month!

Bonus Entries Up to 2: (Leave a separate comment for each.):

This giveaway will end on Wednesday (12/01) at 9 p.m. EST. The winner will be drawn randomly, and notified via email.

Disclosure: I was provided with a World Vision package to review and donate to my local charity. As always all opinions in this post are all mine.

The other bloggers leading the 30-Day Giving Challenge are also giving away World Vision prize packages. Stop by each of their sites for more chances to win!


  1. I follow your blog and get emails. I gave a neighbour a nice vase and flowers “out of the blue” and she was so delighted. I loved seing her old lined face lit up. She lost her dh a year ago and feels quite lonely. i also bring her cookies or other baked goodies from time to time. I look out for her whether she is okay (has no kids) and do shopping for her when the weather is bad and she can’t get into her car. Normally she likes doing it herself as part of meeting other people. Thanks for offering such a wonderful price again.
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  2. I cooked a meal for a neighbor, that is always doing things for me.
    I spent a week with my daughter-in-law, helping to take care of her step-father that was dying. He passed 2 weeks ago. I did not know him very well, but he became dear to my heart in the last month of his life.

  3. I have been providing dinners for families who have lost jobs, have health issues, post-surgery, etc. during the holidays.

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  4. My son’s class is collecting donations for a needy family in town so I have been helping him get all that he needs and I have also been spending time with my niece who will be here for the next 6 months away from her home. She is a bit home-sick. I just give a little helping hand where and when I can 🙂

  5. I helped a disable lady get parts and service for her car that she couldn’t afford. My husband was able to do the work for her. My niece gave us a discount on the parts.

  6. Instead of gifts each year, I coordinate with my extended family to give to World Vision. We love pouring over the catalog and choosing cows, chickens, goats and clean water. Such a great organization!

  7. My giving for most of the 30 day challenge has been to give tip people who work extra hard and don’t get tips as part of their job. I think the extra little bit of $$ helps and the encouragement and recognition always goes a long way!

  8. I’ve given food cooked and from the pantry. I made ear rings and key chains for volunteers at a food pantry. I put together about 300 little Love Gifts for our seniors in the community. It was fun!

  9. I made hot packs filled with rice to go in the microwave for 2 minutes. Where I live people don’t have heaters, so this was just great because its getting cold!

  10. We support World Vision and have been sponsoring a little girl named Pitra in Kenya for the last 2 years. It’s the best monthly bill we pay!

  11. We just sent a stack of books to our kids school for a book drive. They are collecting the books for foster children in the area. It was good for the kids to pick out the books from their own shelves and then take them to school for the donation.

  12. We have tithed to our church and over Thanksgiving I prepared several boxes of food that were given out to family members to help them financially.

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