Christmas presents that help refugees!

08/12/18

Here are some great ideas that will not only make great Christmas gifts but will also help fund important work helping refugees.

Gifts for the home

The artisans from Rural Handmade have manufactured these high quality, ethical products exclusively for us. All the producers made them by hand and were paid a fair price. All these are being sold through Amazon so you can be sure they will arrive on time.

Attractive wooden box £20

Great storage for games, jewellery and all those little items you need to keep safe (with Refugee Support logo engraved on top!)

Buy the wooden box HERE

 

Planter from recycled aluminium £18

An eco-friendly planter ideal for displaying plant arrangements or for creating table centrepieces (with Refugee Support logo engraved underneath!)

Buy the planter HERE

 

Set of 4 copper drinking straws £15

Copper straws are environmentally friendly, antimicrobial and biostatic so ideal for re-use as well as doing good.  Two are straight, two are bent and they come with a cleaning brush (and the storage bag has the Refugee Support Europe logo!)

Buy the straws HERE

 

Gifts for the wardrobe

We have two top quality clothes designers and retailers who give us a proportion of their sales.

The bonniemob

Clothes designers the bonniemob is offering these limited edition matching Mum & Baby/Kid knits. They are gorgeously soft, excellent quality, cashmere blend, fully fashioned and made from a luxurious yarn. £20 from every mum sweater and £10 from every baby/kids item goes to us!

See their entire Refugee Support collection and buy HERE

Gifts for refugees: Choose Love

The Choose Love store is the world’s first that sells real products for refugees.

Every single purchase you make goes towards a similar item for a refugee, delivered via one of the 80+ projects Help Refugees support across the world (and we are one of them!)

You can see the full range of products they sell HERE or why not buy a raffle ticket to win an exclusive piece of art from Banksy’s Dismaland.

 

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