Engage your church to make a difference in the lives of people suffering in poverty this Christmas. Share Christ’s love with others through tangible, practical gifts from World Concern’s Global Gift Guide.
The Global Gift Guide is a way to honor loved ones while giving gifts to the desperately poor. It could be a goat, a water well, even an education.
We'd love to send you a Global Gift Guide kit for free. It includes as many Global Gift Guides as you like, as well as information about World Concern and a short DVD you can show your church. Email us for a free kit.
We make it easy for you to bring the Global Gift Guide to your church by providing everything you need:
Contact Mark Lamb at 800-755-5022 ext 7386 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Little Toshiko is safe now. The child predators plaguing the six-year-old’s Thailand village are losing their power to deceive. This is remarkable, since human traffickers make their money by targeting parentless, impoverished children like her. When we found Toshiko, the hungry girl was eating watery rice—it felt like more in her stomach.
From the hand pump flows a fantastic answer to prayer. Noolari Lemein, a smiling Kenyan mother, positions her plastic water barrel under the clean, clear stream and gives thanks. With this well water, Noolari can be a more involved mother to her five children, and her family has better health. “It has reduced our expenses on medical bills,” said Noolari. “I feel privileged.”
In the coastal city of Petit-Goâve, Haiti, community volunteers teach 15- to 17-year-olds how to breed and sell goats. Goats are a valuable commodity in Haiti, where the average per capita income is less than a dollar per day. Not only do goats provide milk—which can be sold—but the sale of a goat’s offspring can net its owner the equivalent of four months' income.
World Concern is a Christian global relief and development agency whose supporters’ faith compels them to extend opportunity and hope to people facing the most profound human challenges of extreme poverty serving in Africa, Asia, and Haiti.
Learn more about us at www.worldconcern.org.