World Concern’s Global Gift Guide

Thursday, November 3, 2016

Help someone living in extreme poverty in a third world country by buying them a gift through World Concern's 2016 Global Gift Guide.

Gift a person in need with a goat, chickens, immunizations, soccer balls, or a well.

New this year, shoppers can also help a student dress for success with a school uniform, save the life of a sick child with oral rehydration salts, or protect an entire community from the threat of child trafficking by installing an S.O.S. emergency hotline to report cases of child abuse or exploitation.

Additional new gifts include emergency nutrition packets for a malnourished baby, furniture for a classroom, a bicycle for a child to get to school safely, a care package for a child rescued from harm, solar audio Bibles, and a complete business start-up kit (loan plus equipment) for an entrepreneur. 

Daw San received ducks and chickens
Daw San, a grandmother living in rural Myanmar, received ducks and chickens from World Concern.

“Today, I know how much money I will make each day because I wake up, open my eyes and see all of the eggs that my ducks and chickens have laid,” she said. “Now, because of my good income, I don’t have to worry and I can send my granddaughter to school.” 

So no more racking your brain to find the perfect, meaningful gift for that hard-to-buy-for loved one on your list. See all 46 life-changing gifts in World Concern’s Global Gift Guide.  

World Concern is a Christian global relief and development organization. Areas of expertise include disaster response, clean water, education, food security, child protection, microfinance and health.


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