Saturday, December 5, 2015

**WIN**World Vision Catalog Drops of Turquoise Necklace, Earrings, and Bracelet Review + ($215) Giveaway!–Ends December 22, 2015

**Disclaimer:  This post has been compensated through a free product (s) or monetary payment.  Opinions are solely mine. All links are "no-follow" links.** 
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Drops of Turquoise bracelet and earrings


Regardless of all the problems that you may have, there is always another that has it even worse somewhere in this world.  If you want to get into the true spirit of the season, then I have suggestion of how to spread that holiday feeling for yourself and others.  Simply, look into doing your holiday shopping through the World Vision Catalog.  

The money you spend can make a lasting difference to better lives.  You can help get clean water or livestock for those struggling to support themselves to put food on the table and have the basic necessities of life that we take for granted. Your purchase could also help others get a more promising start in their lives with small business loans, career training,  education, or get medicine to still others that are unable to do so, etc.

You don’t have to buy from the World Vision Catalog to show your support.  Instead, you can just as easily donate cash.  However, the gifts are unique and quite beautiful like the 20-inch long Drops of Turquoise necklace, earrings, and a bracelet made by artisans in New Deli.
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Drops of Turquoise necklace

If you happen to count yourself as one of the fortunate people, your biggest problem right now may be making out your holiday gift list. Why not share some love and shop from their catalog or donate? They have all sorts of gifts for men, women, children that you can’t find so easily in your average store.  Check it out and buy because it will warm your heart.

Thanks to World Vision, one lucky Nuts 4 Stuff reader in the United States wins the Drops of Turquoise set of necklace, earrings and bracelet ($215 total value)!

Giveaway Details and How to Enter:

Prize: One (1) winner wins World Vision Catalog’s Drops of Turquoise Jewelry Set of necklace, earrings, and bracelet ($215 total value)!

Dates of entry: 12/04/15–12/21/15 at 11:59 P.M. Eastern Standard Time

Eligibility:  Open to USA.  No PO Boxes.  The winner will need to respond to my email with name and shipping address within 48-hours or another winner will be picked.
  
How to Enter:  Please use the Rafflecopter widget if it works.  You can also enter by clicking this link or try to enter using another browser. You can return daily and log in again with your email to tweet or to vote daily for Nuts 4 Stuff on Picket Fence Blogs.


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42 comments:

BethElderton said...

It makes me sad to see that World Vision has a category for Poverty in America. But I am glad to see that they work with existing agencies to spread the help. I love the hand-crafted gift items--beautful!
Mary Beth Elderton

5webs said...

I learned that every dollar donated becomes $1.28 in impact to children and communities worldwide. If this is true, it is pretty impressive. Alicia Webster

Melanie Aldridge said...

I'm pleased to see an organization that also helps gender issues in societies. And, it's great to see that they are working to help stop discrimination based on it.

Suburban prep said...

What a beautiful Item the Christmas Star Ornament is and how special it would be to have on a tree.

Lynne M. said...

I appreciate that they have so many ways to give, including by Urgent Needs and Gifts That Multiply.

Holly Thomas said...

I learned that they have a variety options available for gift giving.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I am very impressed by their mission to supply fresh water to disadvantaged people.

Deborah Wellenstein said...

I would love their Christmas Star ornament. It would be so pretty on my tree!

Terri Irvin said...

I learned that nearly 1,000 children under the age of 5 die every day from diarrhea caused by contaminated water, poor sanitation and improper hygiene. This is horrifying and I had no idea.

john hutchens said...

I learned about the many ways the support the poor through animal donations

VickeC said...

I learned about a Mongolian winter,never heard of that before

VickeC said...

I also like: Royal Silk Scarf

Cheryl said...

I like the Thai Patchwork Tote.

TheresaJenkins said...

something I learned ... In 2014, 85 percent of World Vision's total operating expenses were used for programs that benefit children, families, and communities in need.

TheresaJenkins said...

I like >>>Thai Necklace & Bracelet (Red)

Karen Jaras said...

Fight child trafficking by providing job training and education for girls and women.

Gala said...

I learned that in accordance with the Red Cross Code of Conduct, they never proselytize or require a profession of faith in exchange for services.

wigget said...

I like the Goat and 2 Chickens gift

CHERRILYNN BISBANO said...


world vision covers the entire World

mary gardner said...

I learned that 22 percent of American children live in povertyin the US and you can donate to help children living in poverty here at home.

mary gardner said...

I like the Prosperity Cinnamon.

Gala said...

I also like Capiz Shell Coasters

BARBARA ADAMS said...

Hitting all the topics that I hold dear, I try to order throughout the year for these good works.

Karen Jaras said...

I learned that every dollar donated becomes $1.28 in impact to children and communities worldwide.

BRANDI DAWN said...

I am most interested in the necklace, it beautiful! I love the whole matching set!

BRANDI DAWN said...

I love their vision of Every child deserves clean water. This is something that I feel very strongly about. It is so sad that there are so many people who do not have access to clean access.

Jackie Burns said...

I learned that they provide food and shelter for children in orphanages through child sponsorship.

Jerry Marquardt said...

I like the Drops of Turquoise Necklace as far as a product made in order to help the cause.

Jerry Marquardt said...

The Drops of Turquoise Necklace appeals to me the most. It looks very chic and knowing that it is handcraft with care makes all the difference.

Tracie Cooper said...

I learned that for $100 you can purchase a bicycle for a girl!

Bonnie in FL said...

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. - See more at: http://www.worldvision.org/about-us/who-we-are#sthash.aawXnRQh.dpuf

Kayla said...

It's a Christian Humanitarian organization.

Kayla said...

I love the Christmas Star Ornament!

Laurie Murley said...

I learned you can help them by buy different animals to help their nutrition

barbara stenby said...

I like the Capiz Shell Coaster

Buddy Garrett said...

I learned that every $1 donated becomes $1.28 for children and communities worldwide.

Buddy Garrett said...

$420 worth of medicines is my favorite gift.

Karen Drake said...

My favorite item is the bracelet. I love World Vision because it supports people in need.

kathy pease said...

They help improve systems and structures to make childr5ens world a better, safer place to live.

kathy pease said...

I really love the necklace and it would look so pretty with any outfit

Leela said...

Kenyan Patchwork Tote.

Anonymous said...

love the bracelet.vivian
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