Australia's Top Charity Gifts and Donations for July

Oxfam Unwrapped Charity Gifts Oxfam
Unwrapped

gifts from $10.00
 Donate Now
Oxfam Fair Trade Shop WWF
Adopt an Animal

from $15.00 pcm
 Shop Now
UNICEF UNICEF
Inspired Gifts

from $10.00
 Donate Now
CAREgifts Australia CAREgifts
Australia
from $10.00
 Donate Now
Oxfam Fair Trade Shop WWF
Regular Donations

from $15.00 pcm
 Donate Now
UNICEF UNICEF
Donations

from $10.00
 Donate Now

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

  • UNICEF Responds To Growing Crisis In Iraq

    After the last three weeks of violence in Iraq, homelessness, fear and destitution is the reality faced by many of the children who have been displaced by the conflict says UNICEF.

    According to the aid agency approximately half a million people half of which are children have been forced to flee their home.

    Homeless, scared and destitute ‚Äď this is the reality for many children displaced by the last three weeks of violence in Iraq.

  • WWF Pleased With The Appointment Of Threatened Species Commissioner

    The WWF says it is pleased with the introduction of a new Threatened Species Commissioner which the organization says is a welcome addition to the fight to save Australia’s threatened species and plants.

    Dermot O’ Gorman CEO of WWF-Australia says the decision to appoint a new commissioner taken by Australia’s Environment Minister Greg Hunt has huge potential to be a valuable reform.

  • Oxfam Says Governments Need To Tackles Growing Inequality

    Oxfam Australia has released research which suggests that the wealthiest one per cent of Australia has more wealth than 60 per cent of the country‚Äôs population. The findings reveal that the so called ‚Äėlucky country‚Äô is susceptible to growing inequality that is finding its way around the world and making the fight against poverty harder.

    According to an Oxfam poll 79 per cent of Australians that were surveyed believe that the distance between rich and poor in Australia has widened over the last ten years, with many expressing the opinion that growing inequality makes Australia a worse place to live.

  • M√©decins Sans Fronti√®res Delivers Aid In Violence Affected Ukraine

    In response to heavy clashes in the eastern part of Ukraine, Médecins Sans Frontières is providing medical supplies such as bandages, dressings, stretchers, syringes and antibiotics to three separate public hospitals in Donetsk and another one in Luhansk.

    ‚ÄúA number of hospitals in Donetsk have faced a shortage of supplies after treating influxes of wounded people. These urgently needed supplies will help replenish the hospitals‚Äô stocks so that doctors can continue providing medical care to those people who need it.‚ÄĚ said St√©phane Pr√©vost, Head of Mission for M√©decins Sans Fronti√®res in Ukraine.

  • Star Wars Director Teams Up With UNICEF

    J.J. Abrams is all set to direct Star Wars Episode VII and as a result has announced he will create an initiative titled Star Wars: Force for Change which has the goal of producing solutions to some of the world’s most acute problems.

    The initiative will raise both awareness and cash for UNICEF’s Innovation Labs in the United States that will benefit some of the most vulnerable children in the world.

    Disney says it will commit US$1 million to support the launch of the initiative and fans will have the chance to win

Contact Us | Disclaimer | Privacy Policy | Terms & Conditions

Charity Gifts Australia are web sites privately owned by Venturian Media Litd and are in no way a part of or associated with any of the charities featured on the sites.