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2022 World Relief Gift Guide


At World Relief, we know you want to be a person of faith-filled compassion and meaningful action — someone who makes a difference in the lives of others through the things you do and the products you buy. That’s why we’ve put together a holiday gift guide to help you do just that!

This year’s guide includes World Relief partners and companies we love whose products are making a difference in the lives of people experiencing vulnerability. When you shop this gift guide, you help us reach more people in more communities with more resources and opportunities than, perhaps, you ever thought possible.

So what are you waiting for? Find the perfect gifts and make a big impact alongside the ones you love!

For the Coffee & Tea Drinkers

Whole bean coffee from Endiro

Endiro Coffee

Who doesn’t love coffee? And coffee that’s on a mission to end child vulnerability? Even better! From the farmers who grow the beans to the baristas who brew them, Endiro supports Ugandan communities so their children can reach their full God-given potential. When you use code WORLDRELIEF at purchase*, you’ll receive 5% off and Endiro will give an additional 10% of proceeds back to World Relief. 

*applies to all one-time purchases and first payments on subscriptions in the online store through January 31 

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Leaf Infuser from RefuTea


How about something special for the tea drinkers in your life! RefuTea bridges the gap between resettlement and integration by employing refugees to package ethically sourced and naturally flavored tea. RefuTea also gives towards local resettlement efforts in the Greater Grand Rapids Michigan area.

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Tea from Tahmina Tea

Tahmina Tea

Wondering how you can help those living in Afghanistan? Every cup of saffron-infused tea from Tahmina provides much-needed ethical and empowering economic opportunities for Afghan women and men — opportunities that are more important now than ever.

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For the Creative

Book Cover of When You Can't Go Home

When You Can't Go Home Art Print Book

Seattle-based artist Karisa Keasey spent two years interviewing and painting portraits of refugees. Her stunning book combines art and story — perfect for the avid reader and art lover in your life. 50% of profits are donated to World Relief!

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Various greeting cards from Pen+Pillar Stationary

Pen+Pillar Stationary

Shop owners Taylor and Justin have created a series of notebooks, greeting cards and art prints that your loved one is sure to enjoy. Each gift is inspired by the creators’ love of nature, travel, community and warmth. A portion of sales benefits World Relief!

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For the Accessorizer

Necktie from Knotty Tie Co.

Knotty Tie Co.

Playful yet professional neckties, bow ties, pocket squares, scarves and more — all made in small-batches by refugees resettled in the U.S.! Custom orders welcome. Perfect for the stylish men and women in your life and great for special occasions.

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Zippered Pouch from Forai


Look great while helping refugee and immigrant artisans reach their economic, educational and social goals. Forai is all about creativity, dignity and helping artisans and their families thrive. From jewelry to bags to baby clothes, find something stunning for those you cherish most.

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Subscription Box Sample from Anchor of Hope Box

Anchor of Hope Box

Send joy and beauty right to a loved one’s doorstep with this monthly subscription box. Each box helps bring hope to the lives of refugees and vulnerable women around the world through fair, dignifying work. Now that’s what we call happy mail!

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Handcrafted wallet from Haiti-Made


If you want quality, beautifully crafted leather products (and more!) that make a big impact, then Haiti-Made is for you. Every item from Haiti-Made provides dignified jobs and economic stability in Haitian communities as they fight to end cycles of poverty and the resulting orphan and child slavery crisis.

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For the Little Ones

Lion Plush from Bebemoss


Huggable, snuggable and adorable. What could be better? Every toy from Bebemoss is thoughtfully created using sustainable, eco-conscious practices and provides dignified work for refugee moms and women experiencing vulnerability.

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Animal Mobile from Amani Watoto Kids

Amani Watoto Kids

This collection of stuffed animals, dolls, kids decor and more couldn’t be cuter! Each lovingly crafted piece supports employment for marginalized African women and reconciliation programs between communities in conflict. Find something every little person in your life will love.

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Book cover of My Two Blankets

My Two Blankets

When Cartwheel moves to a new country as a refugee, everything is strange: the animals, the plants, even the wind. An old blanket comforts her when she’s sad, and a new blanket just might change her world. A story about leaving home, arriving in a foreign land and finding a new friend.

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Book cover of The Wooden Camel

The Wooden Camel

Have you heard about the drought in Turkana and wanted to know more? In this story, Etabo dreams of being a camel racer, but with water prices rising, his father must sell the camels, and his siblings must find work. What will Etabo do? A story of love, hope and keeping a dream alive.

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Book cover of Short Stories from Rwanda

Short Stories From Rwanda

From two Rwandan authors, these short stories explore themes of mutual interdependence, forgiveness, courage and teamwork in ways that are engaging and accessible to children and adults alike! Great for starting conversations with the whole family.

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For the Book Lover

Book cover of Inalienable


As lines blur between discipleship and partisanship, the U.S. church is at a critical crossroads. In their new book, pastor Eric Costanzo, missiologist Daniel Yang and World Relief’s Matthew Soerens find hope in the witness of global Christians, the poor and the ancient church.

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Book cover of Everything Sad Is Untrue

Everything Sad is Untrue

Following his mother’s vocal embrace of Christianity, Daniel Nayeri, his mother and his sister were forced to flee Iran. In his memoir, Nayeri draws on Persian tradition to tell the tales of his family’s history from his perspective as a misfit middle schooler in Oklahoma.

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Book cover of The Girl Who Smiled Beads

The Girl Who Smiled Beads

When Clementine was only six years old, she and her older sister fled the massacre happening in their home country of Rwanda. In her riveting memoir, Clementine tells their story of searching for safety, rebuilding and reclaiming life on their own terms.

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For the Globetrotter

Duffel Bag from Re:new


Whether making a trip across town or around the world, Re:new’s line of bags and accessories made with upcycled materials will help get you there in style. Each product is hand-made by refugee women, providing dignifying employment, job coaching and community connection.

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Gift of language from NaTaKallam


What better way to explore the world than through the gift of language? NaTakallam employs displaced persons, refugees and host community members globally as online language tutors, providing them with income and connecting the world across barriers of language and geography.

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For the One Who Needs a Little TLC

Bath Bomb from RefugeeBathCo

Refugee Bath Co.

Love. Energy. Nourish. Soothe. These are just a few of the words that describe the bath and shower bombs from Refugee Bath Co. Perfect for the one who wants to relax and refresh, all while providing employment opportunities for refugees rebuilding their lives in Washington.

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Face masks from prettyinside

prettyinside. Facial Masks

For the woman (or man!) in your life who wants their outside to shine as brightly as their inside. All masks are made with the best plant-based ingredients for your skin, and packaging is 100% recyclable. A portion of sales supports refugee women through our work at World Relief!

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Candle from Prosperity Candle

Prosperity Candle

Bring a little light into the life of someone you love with a beautiful, hand-crafted candle from the women artisans at Prosperity Candle. Each candle is made using all-natural materials and helps refugee women build brighter futures for themselves and their families.

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Give the gift of lasting change.

For the one who believes it is more blessed to give than to receive. When you donate to World Relief on behalf of a friend or loved one this Christmas, you show them how much you care about what they want most — to make a tangible difference in the lives of those who are suffering around the world.

How can your gift today create change that lasts long beyond the holiday season?


$25 can provide ESL materials and workbooks for a refugee or immigrant who is rebuilding their lives in the U.S. after being displaced by global conflict


$50 can deliver emergency nutrition aid to a family displaced by flooding in South Sudan


$75 can help 10 savings group members in Malawi build financial resilience to the long-term economic impacts of COVID-19


Want your gift to go even further?

Join The Path, our community of monthly givers, on behalf of a loved one. As a member of The Path, they’ll receive monthly news and stories of hope from World Relief and gain exclusive access to Path community opportunities and events.

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