Charity Gifts Reviews

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Adopt an Elephant
Adopt an Elephant

Adopt an Elephant

from £3.00/mth

We love elephants, particularly baby ones as they are super cute! They are such an iconic animal and it’s shocking to learn that we’ve lost 90% of African elephants in the past century. In fact, 55 are killed every day for their tusks. When you adopt an elephant with WWF your will be helping their conservation efforts including protecting habitats and the restoration of degraded biological corridors.

What you get
  • A gift pack including a cuddly elephant toy.
  • Two exclusive magazines delivered three times a year.
  • Free delivery within 3 business days.
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WWF
The world’s largest conservation charity works to preserve the environment and animals that live in the wild. Its mission is to ensure that a world is created where every species can thrive together with humans.
Reg Charity Number: 1081247
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Captain Sir Tom Gold Plated Pin
Captain Sir Tom Gold Plated Pin

Captain Sir Tom Gold Plated Pin

Captain Sir Tom Moore won the nations hearts by raising over £38 million for NHS Charities. In his 100th year he walked 100 laps of his garden in aid of the NHS during lockdown. He inspired everyone to take on new challenges and raised spirits globally with a simple message ‘tomorrow will be a good day’.

Designed and approved by The Captain Tom Foundation and Captain Sir Tom Moore’s family. This sensational Poppy design features a spinel gemstone at its centre surrounded by 100 ridges celebrating Captain Sir Tom’s 100 years, his 100 laps and the 100 years of the Royal British Legion.

What you get
  • Gold Plated Brass Poppy Design Lapel Pin
  • Comes in its own presentation box with a card all about Sir Captain Tom Moore’s Life and military career.
  • Dimensions: 3cm (H) x 2.7cm (W) x 1.6cm (D)
  • 100% of the profits from this purchase go towards the Royal British Legion.
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Royal British Legion
Reg Charity Number: 219279
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English Heritage Family Membership 2 Adults
English Heritage Family Membership 2 Adults

English Heritage Family Membership 2 Adults

A family membership provides unlimited access to over 400 historic English Heritage sites for two adults and up to twelve children. You can visit English Heritage sites across the country as many times as you like, allowing you and your family the chance to take hundreds of days out.

What you get
  • Free Members’ Handbook
  • Exclusive Members’ Magazine
  • Free or reduced price entry to 100s of exciting English Heritage events
  • Free parking where the car park is owned by English Heritage
  • Access to a Members’ Reward scheme allowing you to take advantage of money-saving offers and fantastic deals from over 60 carefully selected partners.
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English Heritage
The historic places in English Heritages care span six millennia. Caring for these places and their collections for the benefit of this and future generations is at the cornerstone of everything they do. The generous support of many donors enables them to carry out that work.
Reg Charity Number: 1140351
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Sponsor a Puppy Buddy
Sponsor a Puppy Buddy

Sponsor a Puppy Buddy

Why has Buddy just decided to sit near the cupboard? His Volunteer Puppy Trainer Carole explains: “He very quickly learned where his food is kept and goes and sits by the cupboard when he decides it’s dinner time.” Ah, well, he is a Labrador after all!

They’re famous for their appetites, and Buddy is a chunky little chap to prove it. It’s only a bit of puppy fat though – he’ll grow into a magnificent, glossy, handsome black Lab and change a deaf person’s life one day.

Back to the present though. Now that he’s full of food, why has Buddy just decided to snooze near the door? Back to Carole: “His favourite place to sleep is on the mat, by the open doors to the garden. He will lie there just keeping an eye on what’s happening in the garden.” Ah yes, makes total sense. Clever Buddy!

How magnificent and handsome will Buddy grow up to be? Will he always like sleeping near the garden door? Sponsor Buddy today and find out!

What you get
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Hearing Dogs For Deaf People
Hearing Dogs train clever dogs to assist hearing-impaired people to reconnect with life. Today there are more than 1,000 dogs that have been partnered with deaf people across the UK.
Reg Charity Number: 293358
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The National Trust Joint Membership
The National Trust Joint Membership

The National Trust Joint Membership

A joint National Trust membership is for two adults living at the same address, offering the chance to visit hundreds of fantastic places in England, Wales & Northern Ireland. Plus it’s unlimited, so you can go as many times as you like, and all children under 5 are also free. A great way to see some of the UK’s most amazing scenery and historic houses, you’ll always have something new to go with a National Trust membership.

By paying your yearly subscription, you will be providing funds for the National Trust to continue their much-needed conservation work across over 500 historic houses, 700 miles coastline, and over 600,000 acres of lush countryside. With no support from the government, your membership goes towards the care of our precious UK heritage for not just us, but also for future generations.

What you get
  • Free entry to over 500 special places
  • Free parking at most National Trust car parks
  • National Trust Handbook full of ideas to help you plan a visit
  • National Trust Magazine sent to you three times a year
  • Regular newsletters sent straight to your inbox
  • Plus, buy online and pay by annual Direct Debit to receive a free pair of binoculars
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The National Trust
The National Trust takes care of special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It does this so we can all enjoy these fabulous venues in perpetuity.
Reg Charity Number: 205846
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National Trust Junior Membership
National Trust Junior Membership

National Trust Junior Membership

Get free entry and parking to over 500 of the countries most amazing houses, gardens and coastlines. Free Parking at most National Trust car parks. National Trust Handbook full of ideas to help you plan a visit. National Trust Magazine sent to you three times a year. Regular newsletters sent straight to your inbox. A great price for some amazing experiences.

The money you provide acts as a donation to help restore and preserve some of the UK’s most beautiful stately homes and landscapes. Only thanks to your membership payments can the National Trust continue their amazing work in nurturing and preserving Britain’s truly beautiful heritage.

For individuals aged between 5-17 (Under 5’s get free entry)

What you get
  • Unlimited free entry to all the places we look after, inside and out
  • An age-appropriate welcome pack
  • Special guides for you to plan your next adventure
  • Ongoing inspiration, tips and seasonal ideas online
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The National Trust
The National Trust takes care of special places across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It does this so we can all enjoy these fabulous venues in perpetuity.
Reg Charity Number: 205846
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Adopt a Panda
Adopt a Panda

Adopt a Panda

from £3.00/mth

The Panda with always be synonymous with WWF, but there are less than 1,860 pandas in the wild. When you adopt a panda you help fund WWF’s efforts to link isolated pandas, thereby supporting breeding and their patrols against poaching. Giant pandas are the rarest bears in the world, and their habitat is disappearing fast. Together we can help save the WWF symbol from extinction before it’s too late.

What you get
  • A gift pack including a cuddly panda toy.
  • Two exclusive magazines delivered three times a year.
  • Free delivery within 3 business days.
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WWF
The world’s largest conservation charity works to preserve the environment and animals that live in the wild. Its mission is to ensure that a world is created where every species can thrive together with humans.
Reg Charity Number: 1081247
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WWF Membership
WWF Membership

WWF Membership

from £5.00/mth

A WWF membership is a great gift for a friend or loved one, and a great way to show your own personal support. The membership will help fund WWF’s ongoing conservation work across the globe.

Not only do WWF help animals, but also their habitat as climate change and the unsustainable consumption of precious natural resources erode the planet. From as little as £5 a month, you will be helping to save the planet and it’s endangered animals. It’s a small price to pay to make a real difference to our planet.

What you get
  • Join and get a gift pack with fun activities for all the family.
  • Get regular updates three times a year.
  • Help WWF with their fight to save our World.
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WWF
The world’s largest conservation charity works to preserve the environment and animals that live in the wild. Its mission is to ensure that a world is created where every species can thrive together with humans.
Reg Charity Number: 1081247
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Sponsor a Puppy Arthur
Sponsor a Puppy Arthur

Sponsor a Puppy Arthur

Arthur doesn’t just look the part, with those amazing eyebrows and alert tail – he is the part! According to his Volunteer Puppy Trainer Liz, he’s boisterous, inquisitive and adventurous. “He loves a towel to wrestle with. He likes diving through long grass. He wants to explore the garden. He enjoys playing with my other dog Shep.

He finds Shep’s tail really fascinating. It’s a mystery to him – so furry and long! He’s often tempted to take a quick grab as it passes by but he’s learning to leave it alone now.” What an action hero for one so young!

Will Arthur ever stop? Will he have a massive tail of his very own someday? Will he always find towels, tails, grass, and gardens fascinating? How will Arthur’s action hero personality help a deaf person to leave loneliness behind and reconnect with life?

Sponsor Arthur today and find out!

What you get
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Hearing Dogs For Deaf People
Hearing Dogs train clever dogs to assist hearing-impaired people to reconnect with life. Today there are more than 1,000 dogs that have been partnered with deaf people across the UK.
Reg Charity Number: 293358

Why Buy Charity Gifts?

A no-waste gift

Sometimes when we buy a gift it is to show a small token of our love. Instead of giving a candle that may sit in the cupboard or a bottle of wine that will be gone in a day, why not purchase a charity gift in a friend or loved one’s name. By giving a charity gift you know the money you are spending is paying for something that will make an amazing difference and there is no waste.

Support great causes

Charity gifts are a great way to support good causes. You can help save lives by providing money for purchasing critical vaccines or help people by funding purchases of livestock. There are tons of charity gifts to choose from and all of them do something important for a community or individuals in need. Purchasing a charity gift will make you feel good about yourself because your money will be helping the people will who need it the most.

Great actual gifts

Most charity gifts come with goodies in return. When you purchase a charity gift not only does your money go towards helping those in need, but many charities provide goodies. Some charities will send you customisable cards, or they will send the recipient a gift card that lets them know you have purchased a charity gift on their behalf. If you are adopting an animal, some charities will even include a lovely cuddly toy and regular updates.