Gifts that give back
Gifts of Hope are a simple and affordable way to tackle complex global challenges. Truly they provide real value, because each gift supports the project described, from helping children in emergencies to purchasing mosquito nets.
Easy as 1-2-3!
Gifts that give back. Feels good, right?! We’ve made it simple to find meaningful gifts for everyone on your list.
1 Choose your Gifts of Hope
Browse the catalogue or our website and choose a gift, maybe one of these BESTSELLERS:
2 Personalize your cards
Customize your free print or digital cards that describe all the good your gifts will do!
3 Help make a global impact
Plan International Canada’s programs reached 14.5 million people, including 7.6 million children (3.8 million girls). See our gifts' impact.
This is one of our most popular gifts. It's fun to give and to receive. And, most importantly, it can be life-changing for families, who can then provide protein-rich goat's milk to their children, especially girls. And selling goat offspring means they can also pay for essentials like education and food.
Filled with staples like beans, cooking oil, fortified cereal blends and sugar, it’s a basic food basket with an impact that is anything but. This gift of food for thousands of pregnant women, mothers and young children under five who are malnourished is a critical step to prevent a slide into a life-and-death situation and instead restore children to health. Basket by basket, you’ll be saving lives.
This gift goes wherever the greatest needs are for children across more than 50 countries around the world. It provides everything from urgent and essential care for newborns to nutritious food for families to aid for communities in crises…and so much more. Give this gift to help reach those who need it most, no matter what arises.
Did you know that more than 400,000 people die each year from malaria? Mosquito nets that are treated with insecticide and last up to three years are a simple and effective preventative solution. This gift provides families with mosquito nets and training in how to use them. According to the World Health Organization, 95% of the world’s malaria cases are in Africa. Children under five are most at risk because they have yet to develop any immunity.
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