Australia's Top Charity Gifts and Donations for September
Adopt an Animal
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Buy a Loved One a Charity Gift or make an Online Donation
This year why not buy a loved one an charity christmas present for a difference - after all, how many pairs of socks does someone need?! You can adopt an animal, sponsor a child there are hundreds of charity gits and presents inside!
- Charity Gifts are a great way to show someone you care, and also provide help to those in need of it the most.
- From just $10 you can buy a unique charity gift for a loved one that is guaranteed to bring a smile, and also have a long lasting affect - they really are gifts that keep on giving.
- Think of someone else this christmas & buy a chrity christmas gift that will help all around the world.
Latest News from the Charity Gifts Australia Blog
- WWF Says Great Barrier Reef Declining Rapidly And Needs Billions
According to the latest science the Great Barrier Reef continues to decline rapidly and there is urgent requirement for a major injection of funds and stronger action to help it recover.
â€śAustralians are deeply concerned that our national icon is dying on our watch. Governments must be prepared to commit billions to deliver major reductions in water pollution. Billions are being spent to save the Murray River â€“ the Reef needs the same,â€ť said WWF-Australia CEO Dermot Oâ€™Gorman.
- Help UNICEF By Donating Unwanted Foreign Currency
If you needed a reason to clean all the corners of your office and home or under the seats of the car then chalk it up to Spring. Australian banking major Commonwealth Bank is working with UNICEF Australia and asking world travelers to spring clean for foreign coins.
CBA and its subsidiary Bankwest are both asking customers to look for foreign coins that could be gathering dusk under the sofa, in shoeboxes, cupboards or drawers as part of this yearâ€™s Spring cleaning.
- UNICEF Says Children Suffering In Gaza Conflict
As hostilities in Gaza continues, the number of kids that are dying is rising. So far the number of Palestinians that have been killed is 1,1000 and roughly 245 of those deaths were children.
Approximately 2,000 children have been injured in Gaza where more than half the population is under 18.
Nearly 2,000 children have been injured in the narrow coastal enclave, where half the population is under 18.
- WWF Urges Tiger Range Countries To Carry Out Surveys
There is a distinct lack of accurate information in many countries where the tiger roams and according to the WWF the wild tiger population is facing extinction.
During the Tiger Summit held in St. Petersburg in 2010 when countries that formed part of the tiger range committed themselves to achieving the goal of doubling the population of wild tigers by 2022, the population of wild tigers was estimated to be as few as 3200.
- Oxfam Urges Australians To Help Change The World In An Instant
Oxfam has released a new brand of instant coffee and is urging Australians to help change the world by purchasing it.
Julia Sumner, General Manager for Oxfam Australia Trading said that the easiest way for Australians to instantly change the world was by switching every day purchases such as coffee.