World Vision Gift Catalog African Soapstone Box Review + Giveaway [CLOSED]

Disclosure: I received product for free in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


Can’t decide what to buy for Christmas? Look no further than World Vision Gift Catalog (WVGC). WVCG offers gorgeous handcrafted items that give back twice – once to the recipient of the gift and once to those around the world who need support the most.



One of the items that can be found in the World Vision Gift Catalog is this beautifully hand-carved African soapstone box! I have an affinity for handcrafted African pieces, and this was no exception. The beloved resident of the grasslands, the giraffe, is located in the prime position on the box and is painted with the perfect strokes. 



The ornate design serves as a eye-catching addition to your dresser line-up. It can be used to store your most treasured necklaces, rings, or other trinkets that you deeply cherish. I have chosen to use this soapstone box to store my rings! It is deep enough to hold plenty of rings!



This African Soapstone Box is etched and designed by local artisans in Kenya, making this piece truly remarkable. Kenyans use these sustainable resources in order to provide food on their table, to put clothes on their body and to send their children to school. 





PURCHASE IT: When you donate $85 to World Vision projects, you’ll receive this ornate African Soapstone Box as a gift for your generosity. 

STAY CONNECTED: Check out World Vision Gift Catalog via Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.



GIVEAWAY: One lucky Beautifully BellaFaith is giving away an African Soapstone Box! The giveaway will end December 4th 11:59PM EST. The winner will have 48 hours to respond before another winner will be drawn. You do not have to be a blogger to enter or win. Beautifully BellaFaith is not responsible for prizes that are lost, damaged or stolen. Open to the US only! Good luck! 🙂


  1. Michelle StPierre says

    Honestly I love everything, but I love the fact that you can help families by donating to by animals that will help them survive. That is awesome!

  2. Tricia Andrews says

    I love that you can buy a bike for a girl for $100 so she can get to school quickly and safely. The work they do for women and girls is to be commended.

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