How to Donate: A Guide to Charity Gifts
We recently published a blog post about the various ways you can donate to charity. One of these was to donate to a charity is through charity gifts.
Charity gifts are a great way to support a cause and help to spread awareness. There is a variety of charity gift options available from clothing to pin badges, to bags, tableware such as mugs. With Christmas approaching, it’s the perfect time to treat someone with a personable charity gift. Charitable wrapping paper is also available now.
Personal Charity Gifts
There are many different reasons to share a charity gift with someone. Maybe the person you’re buying for has a personal connection with the charity and a gift from them or supporting that charity would be a special gift to give. Or if you have a charity close to your heart giving charity Christmas cards to family and friends could be a great option.
Interest-Based Charity Gifts
If you know someone who is a culinary whiz and loves to spend time in the kitchen creating delicious food, how about buying them the Everyday Spice recipe book from the British Heart Foundation? This cookbook book has 60 spice-infused recipes including the classic chicken tikka masala, Jamaican jerk prawns and stir-fried beef. All of the recipes have been carefully modified to help you keep a healthy heart.
Home Accessories Charity Gifts
Cancer Research UK has an extensive collection of gift products and ideas. Purchase from their range of home accessories which includes candles, fragrances, cushions and recycles throws.
Wedding Favours Charity Gifts
Charitable wedding favours are becoming a popular choice for couples. It’s a special and personal way to donate and support the charity, whilst giving your guests something to remember. If you and your partner have a charity that is close to both of you, take a look at the charity’s website for wedding favour inspiration.
whereby a proportion, if not all of the money for purchasing the item is donated to a charity.
Traditionally, donating to a charity involved fundraising and putting loose change into a charity box. Nowadays, there are endless ways you can help support a cause and get more people involved and charity gifts are perfect for this.