What do you give someone who doesn’t want anything this Christmas? You give them a gift that gives back – that way everyone wins.
Here is a Christmas gift list for the all the do-gooders out there:
- This Christmas give the gift of freedom and help ensure the survival of Orangutans, by supporting The Orangutan Project and making a real difference to our orange cousins. With the Bornean and Sumatran Orangutans both critically endangered, the species which shares 97% of our DNA, desperately needs our help. Feed them, sponsor them or heal them. Choose from these three options and send an E-Card to your desired do-gooder. Orangutan Breakfast – RRP $25 – Feed 30 Orangutan orphans breakfast for one month. Sponsor an Orangutan – RRP $45 – Sponsor one orphan’s care and rehabilitation. Rescue an Orangutan – RRP $65 – Buy medicine for one Orangutan for one year.
- Some funny toilet paper that helps build toilets. Super soft, strong and made with 100% forest friendly bamboo. The ‘Who Gives A Crap‘ company donate 50% of profits to improving sanitation in developing countries, so it’s a feel good gift that keeps on giving and will give you a giggle whilst on the loo.
Buy 48 double length premium rolls for $58!
- Buy some them an ethical Christmas card. The Body Shop is selling Amnesty International Christmas cards and 100% of the proceeds from the sale of these cards go directly to Amnesty International to help protect and defend human rights.
Buy a pack of 10 cards for $9.95
- Treat someone to comfy pyjamas that are made proudly in India by women working to remain free from sex slavery. Sudara create punjammies which are lounge pants created by women who have escaped from human trafficking and each purchase goes towards helping more women forge a new and better life for themselves.
- Donate to Oxfam and send your do-gooder a card telling them what you’ve bought for them. Whether it be a goat for a family in Mozambique or clean water for a whole family who are at risk from life threatening water borne diseases in Nepal or it’s providing care for a mother living and suffering with HIV and giving her unborn child the best chance at living a healthy and happy life .