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‘Tis the season for giving, so why not give a gift with meaning?

World Vision Canada is trying to raise awareness of their gift catalogue for the holidays. You’ll feel good about adding any of these meaningful gifts to your list and the best part is that all the gifts help others.

Artisan gifts and apparel

These fair trade, handcrafted gifts made by artisans from around the world provide help where it’s needed the most. These beautiful and vibrant handmade scarves help lift the artisans out of poverty, and the artisans who made these pretty wire and bead ornaments received a World Vision micro-loan to start their business. View all artisan gifts here.

Educational gifts

Help break the cycle of poverty by supporting education for children in need. Gifts include musical instruments and art supplies, education funds, and furniture for classrooms. View all educational gifts here.

Clean water

Help protect children and families from deadly waterborne diseases and bring clean water, sanitation and hygiene to communities that need it. View all clean water gifts here.

Animals

Animals provide vital nutrition to children and families, as well as extra income by giving animals. Hens and roosters provide an ongoing source of income, food and health. Alpacas can produce up to four kilograms of wool annually over a 15-20 year lifespan, which helps keep families warm and the extra wool can be sold or crafted into clothing, baskets and rugs to be sold at the market. Cows are a significant source of milk and additional income. View all animal gifts here.