30 Day Giving Challenge: World Vision Prize Pack Giveaway

Today’s final 30 Day Giving Challenge giveaway is sponsored by 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. They have graciously donated a prize pack to give away to one lucky reader as well as one to donate to a local charity of my choice.

Be sure to take just a moment and learn more about what World Vision is doing here in the United States and throughout the world to make a difference in the lives of children and families.  They are fighting poverty in more than a dozen locations in the U.S. including here in the Washington, DC area, working to end hunger in Africa and throughout the world, and providing disaster and humanitarian emergency response in locations such as Haiti.

The World Vision prize package includes:

  • A Ugandan Bracelet, handcrafted in Uganda by women actively engaged in caring for children in their communities who have lost parents to AIDS.
  • $25 World Vision Micro Gift Card to help a hardworking entrepreneur by funding their small business loan — to buy a sewing machine, a bicycle, training, or whatever will put their families on the pathway to success.
  • A Thai Coin Purse, handmade in Thailand by women in World Vision job training projects.

To Enter to Win:

1. Leave a comment telling me what child in your life inspires you to want to make the world a better place.

2. BONUS: Subscribe to Resourceful Mommy via RSS feed or email then comment here.

3. BONUS: Like Resourceful Mommy on Facebook then comment here.

This giveaway ends 12/1/10 at 9 p.m. ET

For more entries, please visit the other 30 Day Giving Challenge blogs:


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    our son with autism plus all the other kiddos!

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    email subscriber

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    i have your button

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    Joyce Mlinek says:

    My daughter, Rebekah, inspires me to be the best person I can be. She is in college now and is always helping others through their challenges in life. She is undertaking a mission trip to India with Liberty University in June of 2011 and knows God will provide the $3200 she needs to be able to go on this trip. She has so much faith it increases my faith to be around her. God is showing me through her that His ways are far beyond our ways to provide.

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    Joyce Mlinek says:

    I get your e-mails.

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    Joyce Mlinek says:

    I like you on fb.

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    katklaw777 says:

    My son and daughter inspire me to make this a better world for them.
    I want to be and teach them to be as Earth friendly as possible.
    We have but one planet. Thanks.

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    He’s actually not a child anymore, but a friend named David who has some disabilities, was constantly teased and bullied, yet still has such a positive outlook!

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    Kids are so positive, makes life worth living.

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    A child named Giovanni inspires me.

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    I subscribe to the e-mail.

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    my 7 grandchildren inspire me to help make the world a better place whatever way I can. I try to remind them that each day is a gift, and even they, in their youth, can also make a difference. My precious granddaughter last year really listened and started a small program to give dresses to those who couldnt afford it. I was so proud of her! Though there are many needs in far away lands, as former Christian missionaries, we have seen that first hand… but we also see great need here in America and I encouarge them to be greatful and helpful to all they can.

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    I like Resourceful Mommy on Facebook.

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    I subscriber to Resourceful Mommy!

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