Australia's Top Charity Gifts and Donations for October

Oxfam Fair Trade Shop WWF
Adopt an Animal

from $15.00 pcm
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UNICEF UNICEF
Inspired Gifts

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

from $15.00 pcm
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UNICEF UNICEF
Donations

from $10.00
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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 Has Reservations About Government Plan For Great Barrier Reef

    The WWF has accepted there are some positives in the draft Reef 2050 plan however it has some concerns and said the plan falls short of delivering the bold action that is necessary to save the reef.

  • Greenpeace Highlights The Growing Problem Of Consumer Electronics Waste

    It is estimated that during 2014 there will be 2.5 billion mobiles, tablets and computers purchased and it is expected there will be more internet connected devices than people on the planet. As the number of connected devices we own sky rockets it becomes more important than ever to understand how they are made and how they are disposed.

  • UNICEF Asks Whether The World Is A Better Place For Children

    November 20th is the 25th anniversary of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) and in anticipation of the date UNICEF has released an essay which asks the very important question “Is the world a better place for children?”

  • Médecins Sans Frontières Says West African Countries Need Resources To Combat Ebola

    In spite of the face the World Health Organization has declared the outbreak of Ebola hemorrhagic fever an international health emergency, Médecins Sans Frontières says international efforts to halt the spread of the virus is dangerously inadequate.

    The number of deaths from the disease as well as number of cases has continued to rise dramatically in Sierra Leone and Liberia which has produced a public health crises in the two countries located in West Africa.

  • 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.

    “Australians 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 – the Reef needs the same,” said WWF-Australia CEO Dermot O’Gorman.

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