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Get loved up with World Gifts

Valentine's Day is a perfect excuse to show your significant other you care! For many this can mean roses or chocolates, but we also know lots of you like to go for something a bit more unusual. And what's more unusual than a World Gift? So here are our top recommendations for ways to say I love you with World Gifts: Get loved up with a llama! Who doesn't love a llama? Our Help a llama farmer gift allows you to use all the cute of the llama while also learning about how your gift can help llama farmers better care for their animals and make the most of them! The Goat that gives...hugs? Most animal lovers think goats are...

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Charity gifts for teachers

For most people, the school term has been a bit of an abstract concept considering how many kids haven't been able to go to school. We know that schools have adapted in different ways, but for many teachers, a closed school has meant even more work than normal! Whether you get to see your teacher in person to say thank you for all their work over the last few months, or if you just want to send a quick e-card to show you know how hard they've worked despite not being able to see them - World Gifts has some great options. Gifts for primary school teachers Teach someone to read is the obvious choice! It's £10, and is particularly suitable...

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New World Gifts for 2019!

Yes, it's that time of year again, when the new World Gifts come out! We have added seven wonderful new gifts to the range, keep reading to find out more: Super solar street light £335 Perfect to work towards as a group, with your parish or school, this gift helps to shine a light in dark places, with solar powered street lights being added to refugee camps. Water on wheels £60 For kids both big and small, a bike for a water pump mechanic is a great way to celebrate someone's love of their bike. Without a bike, a mechanic can walk for hours just to reach a water pump or borehole to check if needs any maintenance. The longer...

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