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CYBER MONDAY SALE: 20% off all merchandise + free shipping



  • December 02, 2019
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Black Friday might be famous for its deals, but we like to think that Cyber Monday is when the best savings can be found.

This year, you can take 20 percent off of all international merchandise from the World Help Christmas Giving catalog — AND anything you purchase ships for FREE.

Each merchandise item in the catalog is handmade by artisans in places like Rwanda, Bangladesh, Nepal, Guatemala, and Iraq. Your purchase supports their businesses so they can provide for their families and fight back against generations of poverty.

Plus, every $1 you spend will help provide one meal for a hungry child.

By shopping this sale, you are making a difference in two very special ways!

Not sure where to start? Here are some ideas we think your loved ones might enjoy:

Guatemalan makeup bag

These bags are hand-stitched by artisans in Guatemala and make a colorful statement piece. Since they are the perfect size for carrying makeup, jewelry, and other small accessories, this would make a great gift for someone who loves to travel. Have someone in your family who loves to make crafts? This bag can serve as storage for pens, pencils, and art supplies, too!

Regularly $15, these makeup bags are on sale for $12 during today’s Cyber Monday sale.

Hand-carved dove ornament

Every time you see this dove ornament, you’ll be reminded of the peace that Christ brings — and the hope that your purchase brought to artisans in Rwanda. Each ornament is carved from the branches of the Jacaranda tree native to Rwanda and is similar in size to the Rwandan fire finch. It will be the perfect addition to your Christmas tree or to a loved one’s.

Get yours at the discounted price of $8 before they go back up to $10 tomorrow.

Brazilian coffee beans

This rich Arabica roast will bring a smile to any coffee lover in your life. But it doesn’t just taste good — it’s a cup of joe that truly gives back by supporting hardworking coffee farmers in Brazil. Each bean is organically grown, harvested at the peak of freshness, and packed with nutty flavor. And the rustic burlap bag it comes in will look great tucked under the tree!

At just $8 a bag during this sale, you can afford to stock up for all your coffee-loving friends.

Help & Hope market tote

This tote is one of our newest and most show-stopping items this year because it’s the perfect combination of trendy and practical. The women in Bangladesh who make it believe in creating a product that lasts, so each tote can carry even your heaviest loads and will remain in good condition for several years. The artisans not only receive fair wages for their work but also a retirement fund — something that’s unheard of in many impoverished communities.

This product is exclusive to World Help, and you can get it for just $54.40 today only!

Guatemalan hammock

If you have someone in your life who loves to spend his time outside, this hammock might just be the perfect gift. The practice of weaving hammocks has been passed down through generations in Guatemala, and you’ll find these hammocks hanging in front of most people’s homes throughout the country. They’re strong enough to comfortably support one adult but lightweight enough for easy transport, so they’re great for camping or traveling, too.

These hammocks are normally $60, bout you can buy one today for just $48.


This is just a small sampling of the merchandise available, and there is no better time to shop than on Cyber Monday! Why stand in long lines when you can purchase one-of-a-kind gifts right from the comfort of your own home?

And don’t forget, your purchase helps hardworking men and women support their families and helps provide food for starving children. You’ll bring joy to your loved ones while also bringing help and hope to people in need.

Don’t miss your chance to save big this Cyber Monday! This sale will end at 11:59 p.m. (EST) today — so act fast!


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