being MVP: Double the Impact with World Vision and Thirty-One Bags + #Giveaway #GivingTuesday #GiftCatalog

Double the Impact with World Vision and Thirty-One Bags + #Giveaway #GivingTuesday #GiftCatalog

Disclosure: My friend Anne received the following for review. All opinions are her own.

I was so excited to receive my Thirty-One Gifts tote because not only it is so useful (I use it for my Girl Scout files), but I was happy to hear they had partnered up with World Vision. 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.

And Thirty-One Gifts has always been a big supporter of so many wonderful charities, so it was a natural partnership.


What I love about my Thirty-One Gifts tote is it has multiple pockets (3 on each side and a mesh pocket on each end).  I can fit water bottles, pens, and all my supplies for my Girl Scout meetings.  I also love the fact that there is a center zipper so nothing falls out and if I don't have to worry if I need to put personal items in it.



The fabric is great too and easy to clean (and so many fabrics to choose from).  I just wipe it down with a wet cloth and mild soap and it removes a lot of stains easily.



Here is more information if  you would like to help Thirty-One Gifts with their partnership with World Vision:

Donate on #GivingTuesday! Thirty-One Gifts will provide up to 3,100 supply-filled Hope Kits for women in need, for every donation of any value to World Vision.Host a kit-building event.External Link Assembling kits with your church, company, school, or other group provides a great team-building opportunity designed to help those in greatest need. No group is too big or small. All events can be held at a location of your choosing. - See more at: http://www.worldvision.org/news-stories-videos/giving-tuesday-thirty-one-gifts#sthash.UMPHThBa.dpuf

To order from World Vision’s Gift Catalog, visit http://bit.ly/1gcUYvT or call 855-WV-GIFTS



One winner will Receive a  Zip-Top Organizing Utility Tote ($35 value) from Thirty-One Gifts with free embroidery ($7 value)!

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World Vision / Thirty One Gifts

22 comments:

  1. During the holiday season, I usually donate toys for Toys for Tots and also at my church.

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  2. We usually donate toys or participate in the Adopt an Angel

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  3. We've been donating to help some friends adopt!

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  4. We have given through World Vision and heifer International

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  5. I try to donate during the holidays by donating canned goods to the local food bank and by putting money in the Salvation Army kettle.

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  6. yes, instead of getting gifts for the family we like to buy gifts through IDES to help people in need across the globe. They are a fantastic organization

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  7. We haven't really had the money to donate because we are desperately trying to save for a home. But I used to choose a child from the wish tree at work and buy that child clothes and gifts. I loved it but sincerely miss doing it. I can't wait till we get on our feet again so I can contribute once more!!

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  8. We have a local food and toy drive here in my neighborhood.

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  9. We donate toys to the toy drive at my son's school as well as food to the food drive.

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  10. During the holiday season I donate to Operation Christmas Child and Toys for Tots.

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  11. We volunteer in our community and support Salvation Army and Goodwill with donations of goods.

    Nancy
    allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

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  12. I donate to St. Jude and collect food for local food banks.

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  13. We work at a local food bank and with Habitat for Humanity.

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  14. We like to "adopt" a family for the holidays and shop for gifts for them and provide groceries and other supplies they need to. I like doing this as a family so we can teach our daughter about giving and gratitude.

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  15. We donate to St. Jude and pick a kid from the Angel Tree at our mall to buy a gift for.

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  16. We donate to Wounded Warrior and local charities. We give back by volunteering our time.

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  17. We donate to the ASPCA and a local women's shelter.

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  18. We always pack shoeboxes for Samaritan's Purse. Operation Christmas Child is a wonderful cause.

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  19. I contribute to the local food bank thru out the year

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