Mother’s Day is tomorrow but if you’re still looking for that last-minute gift, or just want a gift that’s a little bit different this year, then why not buy your mum a Gift For Life and make two women smile—your mum and another mum in need across the world? #genius

Gift For Life is a gift catalog chock full of gift ideas you can feel good about giving because each gift you purchase through Gift For Life helps to support mothers and their families living in poverty around the world.

So when you give a gift through Gift For Life, you know your gift is making a difference in the world, too.

Here’s how it works...

 
  1. Choose from any of the 17 feel-good gifts online
  2. Select e-card at checkout and write a personal message
  3. We’ll make sure your mum receives it in time for Mother’s Day, plus we’ll include a special video message with your gift!


Make it special to your mum...


Every good gift is also personal. So if you’re looking for ways to make it extra special, here’s a few ideas and our top 5 picks.


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1. Pair Caffeine Boost ($20) with your Mum’s favourite coffee grounds or a gift card to a local cafe and help farmers in Vanuatu earn a sustainable income. 


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2. Pair Women’s Literacy ($40) with a new novel or cookbook on your Mum’s wish list and open a world of possibilities to women living in poverty.


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3. Give the gift Planting Trees ($10) along with a beautiful flowering plant and help reduce the effects of climate change in the Philippines.


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4. Give the gift Survivor’s Pack ($35) along with a hamper of your mum’s favorite goodies and a care package to a survivor of human trafficking to show them they are loved.


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5. Aftercare ($100) with a beautiful candle and bring hope and healing to a survivor of human trafficking through holistic aftercare services.

Whatever gift you choose, you can know you’re making a difference. And that’s something to feel good about! Happy Shopping!



 

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