Moderator Jordan Cantwell has a new challenge for this year’s Gifts with Vision campaign. She’s hoping everyone connected with The United Church of Canada will give a Gift with Vision. With Giving Tuesday on November 29 and the Christmas season following soon after, this year’s Gifts with Vision catalogue offers opportunities to give meaningful gifts to bring hope to people in their community, in Canada, and right around the world.

“We are so thankful for people’s generosity in the first five years of Gifts with Vision. This year I challenge everyone to get involved because together we can make a difference,” says Moderator Jordan Cantwell. “There are Gifts with Vision to give all year. I’ve already purchased mine for Giving Tuesday—now I’m hoping our generous people will give from their hearts to make a difference in peoples’ lives.”

General Secretary Nora Sanders has accepted the challenge, and it’s expected other United Church of Canada leaders and members will do the same. From purchasing warm winter mittens for youth in northern Alberta to caring for a refugee family from Syria, this year’s selection of 29 gifts—including some for only $10—gives people many chances to get involved. This year, give a gift that can help change people’s lives! Everyone on your list deserves a memorable, generous, and meaningful gift—consider giving a Gift with Vision this season.

Gifts with Vision supports The United Church of Canada’s Mission & Service–supported programs and partners. To order gifts, please visit Gifts with Vision or call 1-844-715-7969.