Easy Last Minute Gift: UNICEF Inspired Gifts

Looking for a few more Christmas gifts?  We’ve found something that’s quick, easy, and actually makes the world a better place:  UNICEF Inspired Gifts.  Buy them on-line and email a notification (it goes immediately) or print out a photo & card to wrap up in a box.  Couldn’t be easier actually.

 

There are 36 gift options ranging from $6.72 (stocking stuffer?) to $1,986.86 (super-duper splurge?) so there are plenty of options.  Here are just a few of our favorites…

 

Easy (and Thoughtful) Last Minute Christmas Gifts:  UNICEF Inspired Gift.  6 Quality Leather Soccer Balls.

6 Quality Leather Soccer Balls $28.55

“In the chaos of refugee camps where families have lost everything, play brings relief, healing and laughter. Recreation offers immediate and lasting psychological, physical and social benefits to a child coping with crisis.”

 

Easy (and Thoughtful) Last Minute Christmas Gifts:  UNICEF Inspired Gift.  1 Full Scale Set Plus a Pack of 5 Weighing Trousers.

1 Full Scale Set Plus a Pack of 5 Weighing Trousers $33.33

“Baby Scales are essential tools for identifying infants who need nutritional supplements and treatment.”

 

Easy (and Thoughtful) Last Minute Christmas Gifts:  UNICEF Inspired Gift.  Kids In Need of Desks (K.I.N.D):  1 Desk for 2 Students.

Kids In Need of Desks (K.I.N.D):  1 Desk for 2 Students in Malawi $65.00

“Every day, millions of children—many in sub-Saharan Africa—struggle to learn while sitting on the floor or on the ground.”

 

Easy (and Thoughtful) Last Minute Christmas Gifts:  UNICEF Inspired Gift.  Milk & Cookies:  90 Packets of Milk and 150 Packets of Spread.

Milk & Cookies:  90 Packets of Milk and 150 Packets of Spread to Fight Malnutrition $139.50

“Vitamin-and-mineral fortified Therapeutic Milk is rich in nutrients and easy to digest. Ready-to-eat Therapeutic Food is a peanut-based paste that provides quick, lifesaving nourishment. Together they are amazingly effective at bringing severely malnourished children back from the brink of death.”

 

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