Holiday Gift Guide | UNICEF Charity Gifts

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Amongst all the excitement that comes with the holidays - the family visits, the festive meals, the never-ending present exchanging and of course the traditional Instagramming of the visits, meals and presents - sometimes the reason for the season gets lost.

My favourite way to give back during the holidays is to take advantage of an aid group's charity gift program, like the one currently being run by UNICEF. Their Christmas Charity Gifts service allows you to donate a pre-determined amount to buy a much needed service or item to impoverished children and their community. By donating in the name of a friend or family member, you can tick off the gift giving box, get that feel-good glow and most importantly help out communities that are doing it tough and make a much appreciated difference to the children who need your help the most.

There are price levels for all wallet sizes, starting from just A$11 for children's storybooks, making UNICEF pressies an awesome option for both stand alone and add-on gifts for family and friends.

Don't you think she deserves, like, a billion more books?

Every inspired gift purchase comes with a Ken Done-designed card (choose from one of three arty designs), personalised for the recipient. Better still, the detailed descriptions of exactly what your coin is going to buy makes them easily customisable to your own loved one's interests, with presents categorised into functions.

Have a friend in nursing who knows first hand how incredibly lucky we are to have easy access to medical care? Boom, box her up some measles vaccines, that will protect 100 children for a measly (#notsorry) A$28. A rugby-mad mate? Taunt him by sending six snazzy new leather soccer balls to bring a bit of fun to children in refugee camps and disadvantaged areas. While Dad might not need another bike pump or set of Lycra, he'd be tickled to know a bike donated in his name is helping local communities transport medicine and edibles.

UNICEF Charity Gifts are available directly from their website (um hi there, last minute options), and shoppers are given an option between a paper Ken Done card or e-card.

Have a happy and safe holiday break, everyone!

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