Australia's Top Charity Gifts and Donations for December

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Adopt an Animal

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Inspired Gifts

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

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UNICEF UNICEF
Donations

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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

  • This Christmas Buy A Caritas Global Gift

    Caritas Australia is the international aid and development agency of the Catholic Church and one of its central tenets is converting compassion into action, which is all the more important at Christmas. As we celebrate the holiday season, we should be aware that there are millions of people around the world who are vulnerable to injustice and extreme poverty, and for whom every single day is an extreme challenge.

  • CARE Says One Year After Typhoon Haiyan Lots Has Been Achieved

    It’s been over a year since one of the strongest storms in history slammed into the Philippines leaving destruction in its wake. Despite the devastation the storm caused, CARE Australia, the international aid organisation says the response to the disaster and the recovery in the country has been outstanding. There is still lots of work to be done in the region but there is good cause for optimism about the future.

  • UNICEF Says Ebola Turning Thousands Of Children In To Orphans

    There are at least 3,700 children in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea that have either lost one or both parents since the Ebola outbreak in West Africa began according to initial estimates by UNICEF. What is more tragic is that many of the surviving children are being rejected by relatives who are afraid of being infected by the virus.

  • Guide Dogs Says Businesses Should Hire People With Vision Impairment

    Guide Dogs for the Blind are urging people who own business to open their eyes to the benefits of employing someone who is vision impaired or blind. This follows from the results of an online poll conducted by the organisation which suggests that 37% of the vision impaired or blind that are of working age are currently unemployed, with 91% saying they wanted a job. This means there is a vast untapped workforce that is not being utilised.

    As a result Guide Dogs has launched its ‘Have cane, am able to work’ employer awareness campaign. The campaign has the simple objective of trying to increase the number of people that are either vision impaired or blind that are part of the workforce.

  • Greenpeace Urges Australian Government To Enact Seafood Labelling Legislation

    Marine life is one of the last sources of food that humans actually hunt from the wild. Most of what we eat is the product of farming and we have had many millennia to learn how to domesticate animals for the production food. However fish that are actually caught in the ocean represents the final frontier says Greeenpeace.

    There is a belief that the oceans have infinite ability to meet the rising demand for seafood which could be very dangerous for us. The only way fish can be an infinite resource is if it is managed well and fish are harvested without causing damage to the environment which looks after them.

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