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Give A Little Back This Christmas With These Charity Gift Ideas

It’s Christmas time and your looking for gifts for your family and friends so why not get a gift that also gives back? Browse through our favourite picks that also give back to charity.

Christmas Stag Cushion By Cancer Research – £3.99 Small or £5.99 Large

This beautiful cushion has a stag on the front of it which is on the background of a winter scene. It is available in both small and large so you can get any size to fit your chair and all procedes go to Cancer Research – perfect if your looking for a Christmas cushion.

You can buy this Stag cushion here from Cancer Research


Wooden Advent Calendar House By Cancer Research – £16.99

What better way to countdown to Christmas than with an advent calendar? Cancer Research has brought out its very own advent calendar which is made of wood and has been designed to look like a wooden house. It is fillable so you add in your very own little gift to countdown each day for Christmas.

You can buy this advent calendar from Cancer Research here


Cat Calendar For 2017 With Profits Going To The Cat Protection – From Only £3.50

Cat fans will fall head over heels for the cat protections Christmas gift ideas. From cute calendars to delightful diary’s, you’ll have the purr-fect Christmas knowing each and every penny of profit you spent from the Cat protection goes to help thousands of cats.

You can buy this Cat Calendar 2017 here


Limited Edition Scents Of Christmas Make-A-Wish At Neom

At Neom, they make scents all year round which are ‘Scents that make you feel good’ and this year they are doing even more as they have teamed up with Make-A-Wish foundation this Christmas to grant lift changing wishes to young children and people fighting life threatening conditions.

You can shop the Limited Edition Scent here at Neom


Oxfam Christmas Gift Ideas

Christmas is about sharing special moments and creating special memories with family and friends. From beautiful decorations to unique presents for loved ones, Oxfam has got everything you need. From a selection of lovely crafted gifts and decorations and many more ideas and a lot of its products are fair trade and handmade using the traditional techniques.

You can shop the Oxfam range here


Christmas Gift Ideas From Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity – Peter Pan Money Box

This beautiful ceramic money box, featuring David Wyatt’s illustrations of Peter Pan will make a perfect Christmas gift for children of all ages. The images include the iconic scenes of Peter Pan and the children flying, together with a quote from JM Barrie’s classic tale: “I say, how do you do it?” asked John. “You just think lovely wonderful thoughts and they lift you up in the air” White ceramic money box, with silhouette images in green and text in gold, and there is a rubber stop in the base to access the treasure.

You can buy this from The Great Ormond Street Hospital Shop Here


Woodland Bear Candle Tin From World Animal Protection – £14.99

Long lasting and highly concentrated woodland spice scented candle with aromas of cedar, ginger, clove and cinnamon. 100% soy wax infused with pure beeswax, a natural ioniser. Lead free, double wick that leaves a clean even burn. Burn time 70+ hours. Presented in a gift tin with a bear illustration. Size: 92 x 92 x 50mm.

You can buy this Woodland Bear Candle Tin Here

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1 Comment

  1. Loisie Prinsloo
    November 9, 2016 / 9:54 pm

    I have been elected as project leader for Helpende Hand, Solidarity. I need ideas of things to make or knit for little ones or orphans. And how go I start off?

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