From the World Vision Gift Catalog 2008
Viral Video on YouTube is a great business social networking tool that has inspired many businesses and charities to take advantage of.
A cute, animated short viral video on YouTube for the World Vision Gift Catalog 2008 shows how you can honor someone special in your life by giving a life changing gift in their name to a child or family in need. As the world economy was tanking in 2008, the World Vision Gift Catalog made people’s holiday gift giving dollars go farther by improving the lives of children through affordable World Vision gifts.
For each World Vision gift, the giver can make the purchase in the name of a friend, family member or business associate, and World vision then sends special cards to those individuals describing the gifts and their impact. The following year, the gift itself or intervention reaches the child or family in need. World Vision launched their first gift catalog in 1996, and since then it has grown more popular each year. At $75, a goat is World Vision’s number one seller, but there are more affordable choices under $35 as well.
World Vision Christian Humanitarian Charity
World Vision is a Christian humanitarian charity organization that is dedicated to working with children, families and communities world wide to help them reach their full potential by tackling the issues and causes of poverty and injustice.
The group was founded in 1950, and now serves close to 100 million people in over 100 countries, regardless of religion, race, ethnicity or gender. The charity is motivated by their Christian Faith to serve alongside the poor and oppressed as a demonstration of God’s unconditional love for all people. They work to reflect their religious values in each community as they pray that their efforts will be used by god to heal and strengthen the people’s relationships with Him and with each other.
They do this by demonstration God’s unconditional love for all people through their service to the poor, which includes providing for daily needs, working to build peace and promoting justice, as well as partnering with churches and individuals to encourage spiritual transformation.