Give a Gift of Hope this Easter

Just $100 is enough to give the gift of a chicken coop that could help provide a whole community with an endless supply of fresh eggs. So there’ll be plenty to go around at Easter, and the rest of the year too.

Purchase before April 6th to receive a physical card.
Chicken coop charity gift

Chicken Coop – Half Price Special this Easter
$200 $100

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School breakfast for a year

Provide school breakfast for a year

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Fund a menstrual hygiene class for girls

Fund a menstrual hygiene class for girls

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Help a young woman start a business

Help a young woman start a business

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What happens when I buy a gift?

Once you choose your gift (or gifts!), we’ll send you a digital card that shows the gift in action. Then all you need to do is write your personal message and forward it on to someone special. Just want to support our work? Buy one for yourself and proudly display it on your mantle! If you would prefer a physical card, get in touch with us online or call 13 75 26

Where do the gifts go?

Our Gifts of Hope provide tangible examples of some of the many ways your gift can support children and break down the barriers holding girls back all around the world. To ensure we can best serve the communities in which we work, your gift will be put to work where the need is greatest, supporting children facing violence, children being denied an education, and children being held back from achieving their potential.

So what's the impact?

Before discovering Plan International’s vocational training, Faith, now 21, was stuck in an abusive marriage. This is the power of your support:

“Just like I was, many of these girls are trapped in violent marriages and simply cannot leave their husbands because they are financially dependent on them. But vocational training can give these young women skills with which they can support themselves so they are no longer reliant on their husbands. Thanks to this vocational training, I can become financially independent.”