World Vision: November 2017
World Vision offer fun and thoughtful gifts that bring double delight. Not only will your loved ones be thrilled to receive these gifts, but they will bring real hope to children in desperate need. For instance...
£9 — The simple gift of a mosquito net will help parents sleep peacefully, knowing their children are protected from this fatal disease.
£14 Children who have lived through a disaster are often left traumatised and afraid. The gift of toys for a children's centre are essential in helping them to explore their feelings as they play. This gift will help a child to express their feelings in a safe and fun environment.
£18 — The gift of a chicken brings a whole host of perks for a family in need. Even their manure can be used to fertilise the vegetable garden.
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