Young Internet supports the Christmas campaign from Save the Children

Monday, den 28. November 2011

In the weeks before Christmas many aid organizations are competing with each other. Those who decide to give something to the needy of this world have a hard time choosing between so many fundraising organizations.

With the “wish list” concept, Save the Children has launched a campaign which stands out from the others by being very innovative. The online-shop from Save the Children is a virtual wish list. Here you can find unusual gifts that are making children around the world happy, and who desperately need help.

This is how it works:

First, one selects and purchases a gift from the Gift Store of Save the Children. You will find something for each pocket-size and every budget: from a week’s food ration of a couple of chickens to a yak or even a classroom. The recipient gets a card with a gift receipt.

Gift for example a weekly ration of peanut paste, this means a malnourished child is supplied with the necessary nutrients. Or endow chickens – a gift with lasting value because they give a family the opportunity to take care of themselves for a long term.

Click here to get into the Gift Shop and have a nice time by fulfilling the wishes of children in need!

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