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Five reasons to choose a World Gifts eCard this Christmas

There are so many amazing reasons to choose a virtual charity gift this Christmas, but you can also send your present as a gorgeous eCard! Not only will you help spread some festive cheer and hope in a way that makes a real difference, but you can do so quickly and safely. If covid restrictions mean we can't celebrate in the normal way, or if you're just still keen to avoid the crows, we can still connect together and share in the joys of Christmas with World Gifts. Here are five reasons to send an ecard and shun snail mail:1) They are instant Last minute Christmas gift? Our eCards arrive instantly so you can tick friends and family off your...

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How to have a green Christmas with World Gifts

Christmas is the time for giving and receiving, of sharing good food with the people we love and of showing our gratitude for the year we’ve had. On the other hand, it inevitably becomes a time of great waste. Most of us end up buying so much food we can’t eat it all and a host of gifts remain unopened and unused by the receiver. World Gifts is a way of giving waste-free gifts! The optimum choice is to send an e-card, your money goes to those who need it and no trees are harmed in the giving of your gift! But even if you choose to print your gift card at home, or receive it in the post, World...

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Go green with World Gifts

26 June sees CAFOD, alongside the other members of the Climate Coalition, gathering outside parliament to lobby the UK government on tackling climate change. The UK has recently committed to net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, which is a great step! But we know we need to keep pushing our MP's to make real changes to how we combat climate change and live in a more eco-friendly, sustainable way. Many of the World Gifts within our Livestock, Agriculture and Livelihoods fund are helping people to cope with the damage climate change has done to their farmland. Some of our favourites are: Drought resistant crops - long droughts and unpredictable rainfall make farming increasingly challenging for poor families living in rural areas....

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