When you donate Gifts for Good, they're sent to a child, family or community who really needs it and you’ll get a beautiful card to share with your friends and loved ones.
For many parents, school supplies like pens, pencils and notebooks are unaffordable. Your gift gives a student the essential items they need for a successful year of learning, along with a backpack to carry them in.
It’s hard to concentrate on school when you’re freezing cold! Winter can be harsh when you’re a child growing up in poverty.
The gift of a household water filter will give children access to drinking water, and help them avoid diarrhoea and other life-threatening waterborne diseases.
The gift of a goat will not only help provide milk, their manure is an effective fertiliser, allowing families to grow vitamin-rich vegetables in abundance.
These mosquito nets are one of the cheapest and most effective ways to prevent malaria, which kills one child under five every minute.
In the communities where we work, family finance are often not enough to cover the costs of school fees. A scholarship will help keep children in the classroom, creating a brighter future.
Giving is how we improve the lives of others and bring meaning to our own.
When you donate Gifts for Good, you can help children and families in poverty access life-saving essentials, and regain a sense of purpose.
Our gifts respond to the needs of children in the countries where we work.
Civil violence, natural disasters and economic downturn have deprived many families in Africa and Asia of their livelihoods.
Your gift can provide families in poverty with livestock, seeds for planting backyard gardens and farms to pick up where they left off.
To reduce poverty rates in Africa and Asia, we’ll need to restore order and security to the livelihoods of families affected by crisis.
The gift of three chickens are Gifts for Good that keep on giving! Chickens give children a daily dose of essential nutrients and help provide a steady stream of income for families in poor communities.