Giveaway – World Vision Tote Bag Full Of Goodies

************************THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**********************

Women of Vision wants to say thank you to all of you who walk along side us trying to help make life better for women and girls around the world.

William Ward once said, “Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”  We want to take the opportunity today to express our gratitude to you and provide one of you with a little present!

First we say a heart felt thank you for all you do.  We are so grateful to have a people who are willing to be the hands and feet of Jesus, walking along side us.

Now, onto the goodies! You can enter to win a World Vision Goodie bag that includes: The World Vision Burlap carry bag, a  World Vision Tumbler cup, World Vision beanie and bracelet, a Third Day and Avalon CD and two travel size bags of Green Mountain Coffee (fair trade)!

You can enter the giveaway by:

(Mandatory Entry) – Comment below and tell us what moves you to help those in need?

(Optional Additional Entries):

1 Entry – ‘Like’ The Women Of Vision Facebook Page (if you are already a fan, then you can comment on the Facebook page and tell us what causes that Women Of Vision supports are close to your heart (clean water, micro loans for women, Maternal and Infant healthcare, advocating on behalf of women, etc).  Leave a comment below letting us know you did this.

1 Entry – Share this giveaway via your Facebook page, twitter, stumble or any other social media platform you choose to share it on. Leave a comment letting us know where you shared.

1 Entry – Subscribe to get updates from this blog via email (button on right of page), or in your RSS Feed. Leave a comment letting us know how you subscribed.

It is important to leave a comment for each separate entry, to provide you with the greatest odds of winning this giveaway.

One winner will be randomly selected on Monday, 10/17.  We will post the winner here, as well as notify you via email.

This post has 50 comments

  1. Julie Duikm says:

    Just subscribed for this blog!

  2. Jen Quintero says:

    One of the many things that moves me to help women in need is the experience I had on a WV trip to Ethiopia when a woman from an HIV/AIDS support group gently shared affection with me through a gentle kiss on my neck. In that moment, I was brought to my knees and knew that the Holy Spirit was stirring in our midst….even though these infected people knew they weren’t “suppose to” be physical in this manner with others, we both were moved to share in a moment of acceptance, forgiveness, mercy and love. And after returning home, I knew I couldn’t just continue with my life as before…but that my heart had been broken for a reason. Thus, a chapter of WOV was started in San Antonio.

  3. Jen Quintero says:

    I shared the giveaway link on my Facebook page!

  4. I shared on Facebook!

  5. I am moved to help people in need because of the overflowing love of Christ!

  6. Susan Gaytan says:

    I am moved by compassion to help women and children around the world for they are our future. I am especially interested in microloans, because they increase independence and self – sufficiency. I will go and share the link on my facebook page.

  7. Jamie says:

    Maternal and infant healthcare is near and dear to my heart. I have not yet had the opportunity to be involved with any maternal-infant projects. I think that all of the different areas that WOV help with are important. I have helped with various human trafficking issues. I have three daughters (and a son). Thinking about what children around the world go through every day is heartbreaking. I feel for the mothers who so desperately want to provide for and protect their children but don’t have the resources that they need.

  8. Karen Barnes says:

    It’s passages like Isaiah 58 that help compel me to want to help those in need. God makes it clear to us that it’s not optional that we help the poor, the orphan, the widow. It’s a command that we’re given.

  9. Beth Happick says:

    Luke 4:18-19 Jesus said it all….He came to care for the poor, the needy, the oppressed the brokenhearted….and as His disciples, we are privileged to do the same. With the abundance of blessings God has poured out on our own lives, how can we NOT do something for those in need? Christ has compelled me to pour myself into WOV at this time in my life, and I consider it all blessings!

  10. I liked Women of Vision on facebook.

  11. I shared the giveaway on twitter!!

  12. As I am growing older the role of a woman is becoming more and more important in my life, specifically the role of a biblical woman. God made a woman to help and respect her husband, to love and teach her children, and to make a home for her family that honors God. Women are vital to the world! That is why I am moved to help those in need, specifically women and children!

  13. Kathy Davis says:

    I am blessed in so many ways that I feel that giving back by helping others is not an option.

  14. becca9916 says:

    Jesus moves me to help those in need. As a Christ-follower, his love for me flows out as love for others. I

  15. becca9916 says:

    I like the WOV FB page: becca pressnall

  16. Sarah says:

    I would have to say that it is God who moves me to help others. My heart aches for those in need and I love to do whatever I can to help.


  17. Sarah says:

    I am a fan on Facebook as Sarah F.


  18. Sarah says:

    And I am subscribed through email 🙂


  19. Sarah says:

    I shared this giveaway on my fanpage on Facebook –!/pages/Mommy-of-Two/235312569840809


  20. Yun Kim says:

    Wonderful approach to women! Thank you!

  21. Laura M. says:

    I like your FB page and and am moved to see all the many things that you help with for international women. What a blessing to be able to provide clean water, and Maternal and infant care to those in need. God Bless you as you work for His Glory!

  22. Laura M. says:

    I shared World Vision on my FB page! 🙂

  23. Laura M. says:

    I subscribed to this blog via email! God Bless you! I look forward to hearing all about how you are serving the Lord by serving others!

  24. Kayla Groth says:

    I am moved to help others in this world, especially women and children because I understand what state our world is in. I know that our world needs Christ more than ever and most people in extreme poverty have many other things on their mind (hunger, thirst, disease, death, lack of education) to even be able to focus on how much their Savior loves and adores them. As a young woman, only 22 years old, I understand the importance of changing people’s circumstances in Christ’s name in order to reach out to them and demonstrate Christ’s love to them. If one person, from halfway across the world, can show a person/family how much they love them, enough to give their own hard earned money and time to write to provide basic needs and write to them, circumstances and ideas can change rapidly. I believe that God calls us all, as Christians, to fix the world that he created.

  25. Sam Buck says:

    Seeing photos and looking at my 7 month old son motivate me. When I see pictures of mothers and their children struggling with things like famine and drought, it makes me realize how much we take everything for granted. I cannot imagine having to go through what they do, and it hurts to think about it. 🙁

  26. Sam Buck says:

    Liked your Facebook page as Sam Buck
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  27. Sam Buck says:

    Shared about this giveaway on Facebook here:!/permalink.php?story_fbid=178988835515814&id=1077109575
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  28. Sam Buck says:

    Following via RSS feed
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  29. Shauna Buck says:

    Supporting women and children is somehing I like to do and have been able to do a few little things through my church and my MOPS group.

  30. Shauna Buck says:

    I Shared the link on FB 🙂

  31. Shauna Buck says:

    I “like” Women of Vision

  32. Awesome—i am now a follower on fb.

  33. What moves me to help those in need? Many years ago i had the opportunity to see what true poverty was. I will never forget seeing people with what the world consider nothing having joy on their face when they received small items that i take for granted. I am truly blessed. I am so thankful that i live in America, but i want to share what the Lord has blessed me with.

  34. Rebecca M says:

    I am moved to help others because I am grateful and blessed with all that I have been given, I feel my life is truly rich, when I see the conditions that others in this world face.

  35. Rebecca M says:

    I liked The Women Of Vision Facebook Page.

  36. Rebecca M says:

    I shared this giveaway on Facebook.

  37. Rebecca M says:

    I subscribed to your blog by email.

  38. Mechele Johnson says:

    I am a Native American and worked as a Social Worker for many years with ICW, Indian Child Welfare, before choosing to stay home wiht my last baby.
    There are too many things to list that move me, but one is helping young Native American moms learn about FAS, getting back to their cultural roots, and about domestic violence and how it is not “traditional”. I also am moved by the increasing awareness of womens rights in the middle east. I have a friend from Palestine and she has shared with us some awesome movements happening over there where women are getting more jobs, going to school, taking off their scarves, standing up for themselves. I love it! Another moving thing for me is to see my own daughter, 16, come into her sense of womanhood. I was raised in an alchoholic, drug addiction ridden home, and have chosen to give my children the best possible world I can. It is beautiful to see my daughter have every chance I wasn’t given. She is a photographer, a writer, and a budding activist. I love it!

  39. Mechele Johnson says:

    I liked you on FB as Mechele JOhnson

  40. Mechele Johnson says:

    I subscribe to emails.

  41. 1955nurse says:

    As a Nurse (experienced in Critical care as well as Pediatrics) Maternal/Infant healthcare moves me! It’s rare to see a healthy, full-term infant from a sick Mom – whether from Disease, Drug addication/Alcoholism or Mental illness. (Mental illness because of the meds the Moms usually NEED to take!) It’s amazing that in this wonderful country of ours we have areas where the Maternal health/Infant health & or Death rate is HIGH – the Delta, some inner cities & MANY of the Indian reservations! Fetal alcohol syndrome is serious – & perpetuates the problems!!! ((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) Thanks!

  42. 1955nurse says:

    I LIKE Women of Vision (HollyCunningham) on Facebook ((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) Great site for information!!!

  43. 1955nurse says:

    I already subscribe ((1955nursehjc4me(at)myway(dot)com)) via RSS feed to my Google reader! Thanks for the chance….

  44. andrea says:

    ANything that involves children makes me want to help out

  45. Susan says:

    I’ve worked in public schools for 32 years and see the heartbreak of poverty and how it affects children and families. I support Women of Vision because we impact women and children and make a difference in my community and in the world. It’s an honor to serve with other Christian women.

  46. Angel says:

    I am a giver by nature. Seeing someone without is all I need to do whatever I can to make a difference.

  47. Angel says:

    I liked your fb page

  48. Kim says:

    I am moved by the opportunity to serve with so many wonderful people with one thing in mind, loving one another and serving the Lord through the them.
    I am blessed and honored to do my part!

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