TORONTO, Dec. 22, 2015 /CNW/ - Heading in to the busiest shopping days of the year, gift-givers still have great options available to have something under the tree Christmas morning, while avoiding line ups and malls. The World Vision Gift Catalogue is filled with amazing charitable gift ideas that help children and their families around the world, and make the gift giver and receiver feel good about giving. Gifts are available online and a card can be printed to be given to the giftee. Some of the best sellers in the catalogue include tangible donations of 2 hens and a rooster, goats and textbooks for children. E-giving cards are also available in different amounts so gift recipients can pick a gift that would be meaningful to them.
Visit www.worldvision.ca/gifts for more information.
"We know that Canadians love giving and receiving gifts from the Gift Catalogue. It's a great idea for any last-minute gifts you might need, and with so many options to choose from, we're sure you can find something that would appeal to anyone on your list."
- Lisa Fernandes, World Vision Gift-giving Expert
- Canadians have given World Vision gifts from the Gift Catalogue for the past 14 years.
- According to a recent Ipsos Reid poll, 76% of Canadians would rather receive a meaningful gift that would help someone in need versus a traditional gift like clothing or electronics (up 10% from last year)
- World Vision gifts can be bought in a few clicks by visiting www.worldvision.ca/gifts
What Canadians can do:
Canadians can buy a tangible World Vision gift for their loved one this holiday season at www.worldvision.ca/gifts.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision serves all people regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. Visit our News Centre at worldvision.ca
SOURCE World Vision Canada
Image with caption: "Giving a goat can mean the chance for a family to earn a sustainable income by selling milk and offspring. (CNW Group/World Vision Canada)". Image available at: http://photos.newswire.ca/images/download/20151222_C6123_PHOTO_EN_588694.jpg
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