November 18, 2015 (SEATTLE) – This giving season, give a gift that will change the life of someone living in extreme poverty. World Concern’s Global Gift Guide offers gifts like goats, chickens, school supplies, wells, and many more life-changing gifts. All gifts can be conveniently ordered online, and e-cards can be sent immediately when you order, so you can share meaningful gifts with just a click.
Best of all, these gifts change the lives of children and families living in poverty, equipping them with ways to earn income, live healthier lives, and have the tools to create a brighter future beyond poverty.
When you give a life-changing gift in the name of a friend or family member, your gift brings joy and honors your loved ones. Simply click and send an e-card describing the impact of their gift! Or, World Concern will send a gift card to the recipient in the mail.
World Concern’s Global Gift Guide offers select gifts that are matched up to 3x, tripling the impact of your gift. When you give a year of education for just $50, you’ll educate three children instead of one. Give mosquito nets to protect a family in Myanmar from malaria and your gift will protect three families. Plus, this year’s gift guide features some brand new ways to change a life, like solar lighting for a family in rural Kenya. Or, provide a safe haven for a young girl rescued from human trafficking.
Make this year the year you change lives with your giving. Find something life-changing for every person on your list. Shop the Global Gift Guide online at www.globalgiftguide.org.
World Concern is a Christian global relief and development organization. With our supporters, our faith compels us to extend lifesaving help and opportunity to people facing the most profound human challenges of extreme poverty. At World Concern, the solutions we offer, the work we do, creates lasting, sustainable change. Lasting change that provides lasting hope. Our areas of expertise include disaster response, clean water, education, food security, child protection, microfinance and health.