18 November 2019
Charity Christmas Gift Guide
Christmas is an exciting and happy time of the year, but when choosing what to get people, the gift of giving will always go down well. Here are some ways your Christmas presents can keep on giving.

Adopt an animal with their favourite charity

This is a gift that always goes down well. If you’re struggling to find a present for someone and they don’t know what they want this is a great option. There are charities for all animals so whether they love dogs, cats or giraffes, you’ll be able to give them a gift that keeps on giving.


Local, hand-made candles and bath products

It’s not Christmas without sweet and spicy candles filling every room. A gift of a sustainable scented candle doesn’t have to be boring, there are so many local hand-made candles around that you will not be short for choice.

Bath products are also a great option for those luxury lovers who love nothing more than a long relaxing soak in the bath. Try looking for companies that donate a percentage of their sales to charity to make the most of every penny spent


Christmas dinner for homeless people

For those who don’t need, want or ask for anything. Buying a homeless person Christmas dinner helps those living on the street not only have a nutritious meal, but a warm place for the day and much needed time to socialise in a safe environment.

These can cost anything from £10 to £50, dependant on what you’re able to spend.



Home-made hamper

A hamper is surprisingly cheap when you create your own personalised one. It’s a good option if you can’t think of one present to get someone because you can get a selection of their favourite food, drink, beauty products and some home comforts and it shows a lot of effort has been made without the huge price tag. The hamper could then include a donation to their favourite charity in their name.

Plant some trees

If your gift receiver is environmentally conscious, a gift of planted trees would be right up their street. We all know how important trees are for our environment, so giving the gift of trees is a way of protecting our planet and giving the gift of oxygen.


Mosquito nets

Mosquito nets are cheap but lifesaving, a pack of five can cost around £20 but save a family from mosquito bites during the night.

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