Double shot: A coffee plant, $20 Tearfund
Most of us appreciate a caffeine boost to start our day, but your gift of coffee means a whole lot more to coffee growers in Vanuatu. Coffee is a cash crop which can generate an income, helping to pay for school expenses so children can receive an education. It can also mean there is something set aside for family emergencies such as medical care.
Keep warm: A winter coat, $19 ChildFund
The gift of a snuggly new coat means schoolchildren in Vietnam no longer need to miss school on freezing winter days. And when they’re warm, they’re better able to focus on their lessons. Donate a warm winter coat today and help a child thrive!
Mozzie-free: A mosquito net, $21 from ChildFund
Malaria is one of the leading causes of death among children in developing countries. These nets are insecticide-treated against mosquitoes, lasting for two to three years, so children can sleep peacefully and safely.
Deep healing: Trauma care, $100 from Tearfund
Human rights abuses, loss, and conflict have an enormous impact on the spirit and psyche of people in the places Tearfund works. Your gift provides counselling and aftercare services to those burdened by grief, helping them deal with pain and loss, and giving them hope for the future.
A helping hand: Christmas care, $90 from The Salvation Army
This gift provides immediate and essential support to an individual or family at crisis point, who has come to us for urgent help at Christmas time. A Salvation Army social worker will be able to help someone in need with guidance, advocacy and the building of a plan to lift them out of danger and onto a better path.
Once donated, this gift will be provided to a real family who has come to The Salvation Army for help - so you know that your gift is directly helping a Kiwi family in need over Christmas and beyond
Give girls a head start card, $32 from OxfamUnwrapped
Buy this card and your donation will also help to give girls the chance to go to school!