If you’re like I am, you hate being behind on things … especially if it’s Christmas shopping for the most important people in your life.
I love my dad, but he is the hardest person to shop for … and more often than not, I wait until the last minute to find him a present.
So, it’s Dec. 24 and maybe you’re feeling desperate to find a fast but meaningful gift for someone you love. Because giving another tie to your dad just won’t cut it again this year.
Have no fear! You can still give your dad — and anyone else left on your list — a meaningful gift that is guaranteed to arrive on time!
Through World Help Gifts, you can provide transformation to someone in need in your loved one’s honor! And on this Christmas Eve when you’re crunched for time and can’t decide which World Help gift to select, why not choose where needed most?
This way, you ensure your gift — given in a loved one’s name — is used to help in the most urgent situations.
You can help feed a family on the brink of starvation, provide lifesaving aid when disaster strikes, give emergency medicine to a sick child, or meet another person’s most dire needs.
Since it takes as little as $5 to impact one person in need, a suggested gift of $45 is enough to help rescue nine people! But you can give whatever amount your budget will allow. No matter the size of your gift, you are guaranteed to help save lives!
And what better way to show someone you care than by saving lives on his or her behalf? It will be a touching and memorable gift, to be sure.
Then don’t forget to send an e-greeting card to let your loved one know that you gave in his or her honor.
On the checkout options screen, simply check the “send an emailed card” box. Choose from four different festive designs, enter your loved one’s email address, and write a personalized message. You can choose to send your e-card right away or schedule it to arrive on Christmas Day.
So, even though it’s Christmas Eve, there’s no need to stress. You can still give the important people in your life a gift they will never forget … and give a lifesaving gift to someone around the world, too.