Gift Catalog

The world turned upside down

The world turned upside down | World Vision Blog

Resheal and his mother, Esnart, look over letters from his sponsor with World Vision staffer Owen Sikuneta in Zambia while Chansa listens in. (Photo: ©2016 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)

“The world turned upside down.” This well-known line from the hit musical Hamilton is a sentiment that’s true for many families—like Esnart’s in Zambia—who live in poverty.

But the world can be turned rightside-up again. Sometimes all it takes is a little generosity and a big dream.

Read Esnart’s story and the hope she has for her children’s future.

The gift of a baby blanket

The gift of a baby blanket | World Vision Blog

Margaret received a baby blanket for Esther, who was sick with pneumonia. (Photo: ©2013 World Vision/photo by Sylvia Nabanoba)

Are you ready for Giving Tuesday tomorrow? Early donations today will count toward the Thirty-One Gifts match up to $2,000,000 of product!

Blogger Rachel Teodoro writes about the impact this partnership made last year to help keep newborns warm. Read her story and give!

Magical moments in the kitchen

Magical moments in the kitchen | World Vision Blog

9-year-old Rosemary cooks nshima in Zambia. She dreams of becoming a chef! (Photo: ©2016 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren)

Cooking with your grandmother, sharing a meal with family—these are some of the special moments we look forward to during the Christmas season, or remember fondly from past holidays.

For 9-year-old Rosemary, the magic of cooking and eating together is a big part of her dream to become a chef!

See what's making Rosemary's dream possible.

A mother's chance to prosper

A mother's chance to prosper | World Vision Blog

(Photo: Mark Fangue/Gifts With a Cause)

A native mother in Peru, Mariana deals with poverty and hunger as she works to provide for her daughter. "I will carry my daughter, always."

See how our partnership with Gifts With a Cause helps mothers like Mariana and what is giving her a chance to prosper!

Follow the Goats 7: The meaning of Christmas

Follow the Goats 7: The meaning of Christmas | World Vision Blog

It’s nighttime in Zambia. Billy and Grampa Goat are resting in a goat shelter after a long day spent with Lita Munkombwe and her three goats, Mama, Maria, and Mbuzi.

What is the meaning of Christmas … for goats? Today, at the end of their journey around the world, Grampa Goat explains to Billy the importance of that starry night many, many years ago. Read the conclusion of their adventure!

Making a difference, two gifts at a time

Making a difference, two gifts at a time | World Vision Blog

Women at God’s Ranch, a safe home near Tacoma, Washington, received Hope Kits last fall from Thirty-One Gifts and World Vision. (Photo: 2014 World Vision)

Through our partnership with direct sales company Thirty-One Gifts, this Giving Tuesday we're making a difference for families in need two gifts at a time!

Read more about our partnership, the impact we're making around the world together, and how tomorrow your gift will make twice the difference.

Why goats and goatees?

Why goats and goatees? | World Vision Blog

Harlem Globetrotter Zeus McClurkin is growing a GOATee for a Good Cause! (Photo: Harlem Globetrotters)

Throughout November, six of our friends at the Harlem Globetrotters have been growing GOATees for a Good Cause … for goats!

Today, hear from Globetrotter Zeus McClurkin about his experience, and why goats and goatees this Giving Tuesday.

The no-gift Christmas

The no-gift Christmas | World Vision Blog

Maralmaa with her cousin Bandi and a Gift Catalog lamb in Mongolia. (Photo: 2010 Delgermaa Surenjav/World Vision)

Have you ever considered skipping Christmas gifts?

Read why one family decided to do without gifts at Christmas … and how they were surprised by joy in their absence!

A season of gratitude and giving

A season of gratitude and giving | World Vision Blog

The Macomber family meets with an HIV support group in Kenya and gives Knit for Kids sweaters to distribute within the community. (Photo: 2014 Lindsey Minerva/World Vision)

A holiday message from author Debbie Macomber: see the top five Macomber family traditions that help make sure that Christ is the focal point of their Christmas!

What are your Christmas family traditions?

Meet Nasaa, Mongolia’s dream facilitator

Meet Nasaa, Mongolia’s dream facilitator | World Vision Blog

Nasaa with 12-year-old Dulamsuren in Mongolia. (Photo: 2015 Jon Warren/World Vision)

12-year-old Dulamsuren in Mongolia is one of the cover girls for our Gift Catalog this Christmas!

Today, meet the World Vision staffer who first discovered Dulamsuren's family in their time of need, and with a gift of 20 sheep set them on the path to achieving their dreams.

Day 15: A guide to holiday shopping with World Vision

Day 15: A guide to holiday shopping with World Vision | World Vision Blog

This Christmas, celebrate the gift that Jesus offers to us and to the children we serve: fullness of life! (John 10:10) When you choose gifts from the World Vision Gift Catalog, you're sharing lasting change with children and families in need.

In this shopping guide for the holidays, you’ll find suggestions and insider’s tips on how to make the most of your giving this season. Spend once and give twice!