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We’ve wrapped up hope in our real good gifts.

When you buy a real good gift, you give people in need a tangible reason to celebrate the festive season. Your gift keeps on giving – and it certainly won’t be re-gifted.

A phone call on Christmas Day

$11
Brighten the day of four people who are elderly and live alone.

Chooks for a family

$40
An egg-cellent source of nutrition and a sustainable income for one family in Timor Leste.

Warm blanket

$10
Comfort for someone whose life’s been turned upside down by a cyclone, flood or earthquake.

Kitchenware

$110
When you've lost everything in a disaster, preparing a meal with your family can make it feel like home again.

A friendly visit for someone who lives alone

$120
Connect someone with a Red Cross visitor for a month.

Emergency supplies

$200
Food, clothing and somewhere to stay for an Aussie family who's lost everything in an emergency.

Music player

$13
An mp3 music player, loaded with useful information and music, can mean so much to a young person who’s lost everything in an emergency.

A tap

$270
Connect a community with clean water and save locals hours of walking to collect it.

Two solar lanterns

$20
This gift of light helps children study and woman feel safer.

Water storage tank

$2000
Give a 3,000 litre concrete water tank and change lives.

Daily phone calls for someone who's lonely

$80
Help us check they're OK, every day for a month.

A shoulder to lean on

$150
Help deliver a door-to-door support service, and a shoulder to lean on, to a community in the aftermath of a natural disaster.

Transport for the sick or elderly

$50
Help them get to a medical appointment.

Support a family during an emergency

$100
Help support a family evacuated from their home during an emergency.

Basic hygiene kit

$30
Soap, toothpaste, toilet paper - the essentials for people who've survived a disaster with nothing but the clothes on their back.

A year's worth of reusable sanitary pads

$180
A year’s supply of reusable sanitary pads for an adolescent girl or woman.

A hot, healthy meal

$10
Offer comfort to a young person sleeping rough.

Driver’s license

$5840
Help someone beat life’s challenges and get their driver’s license.

Public transport card

$30
The only way many of our asylum seekers clients can get to their job interviews.

Food on the table

$90
Give a grocery voucher to a refugee family.

Letters from a loved one

$60
Help families stay in touch when communication is cut off by war or disaster.

A mentor and a second chance

$900
Help a young person about to leave the prison system start fresh, and avoid reoffending.

Leadership camp

$120
Help a young Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person to find their voice.

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