For many people, Christmas is the season for showing your whānau that you care about them. There's no better way than by giving them a meaningful gift!
This year, ChildFund's Gifts that Grow catalogue is filled with unique and interesting gifts that make your loved ones smile, and improve the lives of children, youth and their families around the world.
Children like Alani, the girl on the cover of our catalogue this year. Alani lives in the Pacific Island nation of Kiribati, where ChildFund has been working for more than four years. In Kiribati, it is challenging to find nutritious food for children to grow up healthy and strong. Many families rely on imports to purchase food, but that isn't affordable for low-income families. In the face of COVID-19, Kiribati's borders are closed and things are getting even more challenging.
That's why we have included several gifts focused on improving nutrition for children and their families. Here are a few you might like to give this Christmas:
- Feed a classroom of hungry children - $37
- Emergency food and recovery pack - $24
- Cooking course for parents - $45
- Five chickens for a family - $65
- Green garden pack - $78
And, if your Gifts that Grow order is received by 30 November, you could win free food, courtesy of My Food Bag (a $200 value)! Click here for more details.
If you're not sure what your friends and family would like most, why not consider giving a ChildFund Gift Card this year? You can pre-load it with any value, and your loved ones can choose anything from our website to help children.