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Celebrating Easter with World Gifts

It's been another strange Lent and seems set to be another strange Easter here in the UK. Thankfully, we seem on track to be in a better situation than we were last year: churches are open and many are still able to hold masses, many of us will be able to gather outside in small groups, and generally there is a stronger sense of hope. We know that we won't be able to celebrate Easter with as many of our loved ones as we would like to and, once again, we know there will be people celebrating alone. But we hope that there might be a World Gift which will brighten someone's day and just want to remind you that...

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Easter presents and top Mother's Day gifts

We're adding some amazing new gifts to our range that are perfect for making a difference this Lent, showing Mum you care on Mother's Day and treating your family at Easter! Order by 3rd March for free delivery in time for Mother's Day Say thanks to Mum with World Gifts We've got a beautiful gift card that's perfect for Mother's Day.Whether you're buying a Marvellous moo cow for your Mum, the Net that protects for your Nan or a Goat that gives for your Grandma, choose the Mother's Day gift card and get free delivery on your order.  Don't forget, you can choose post direct to send a personalised card straight to your loved one!   Order by 23rd March for...

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Teach someone to read on World Book Day

It's World Book day this week and we'd like to share Melissa's story with you. She was taught to read thanks to one of our bestselling World Gifts. Teach someone to read Melissa's story  Change a life, teach someone to read. Melissa lived on the streets of Mabanga in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where she had to beg to survive.   When we met her, she told us that she had to drop out of school as she   couldn't pay the fees. Melissa joined a CAFOD-funded school and learned to read and write. She has now completed primary and   secondary school and  has spoken on TV and radio to encourage girls to go to school, and to highlight the   challenge...

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