Christmas gift ideas from CAFOD
28 November 2017
It's not too late to give a gift that makes a difference this Advent! From cards and calendars to gold coins and goats, we've loads of perfect last-minute Christmas presents that help support people living in poverty overseas.
Unique CAFOD Christmas Gifts from World Gifts
If you're looking for Christmas gifts with a difference, CAFOD World Gifts make perfect presents!
Our range of virtual charity gifts will delight your friends and family, but are also a great way of rediscovering what it really means to share the love, peace and joy of Christmas.
Each gift you buy comes with a beautifully illustrated gift card for you to pass onto your loved one, which describes the difference it will make to communities living in developing countries.
Place your order online by midnight on Sunday 17 December and you'll receive FREE DELIVERY on your gifts and they'll arrive in time for Christmas!
Our festive favourites
Our ever-popular goat gift is sure to raise a smile on someone's face this Christmas. This gift pays for a locally-sourced goat and training in goat care for its new owners.
Clean water is vital for drinking, washing and cooking - and something we can't imagine life without! Give this essential gift and provide a family with a supply of clean, safe water.
Our range of CAFOD Christmas gifts includes this beautiful, colourful Nativity scene triptych. Hand-made from wood in El Salvador, it's perfect for celebrating the joy and hope that Jesus' birth brings.
Perfect for sealing your Christmas cards, each sticker represents a meal for someone living in poverty.
Explore the CAFOD World Gifts range today.
Check out our World Gifts blog for your step by step guide on How to send Christmas cards that help the world's poorest people.
For your Christmas cards themselves, Traidcraft stock a fantastic range and for every pack of cards you buy, CAFOD receives 10% commission.
So give a gift, card or festive treat that makes a difference and make someone smile at home and overseas this Christmas.