Good Gifts Work!

Here's a cheering story from Rwanda.

Sibomana Eugene of Rulindo, reports
“Our three donkeys are used to plough and carry manure. They carry the harvested wheat. We also hire them out to business people to transport their items on market days. We are also using them for tourism.
People from the neighbouring villages who have heard about donkeys come to see them and we charge them Frw 500 (about 50p) per person."
Good Gifts provide practical help.

Because the donkeys are breeding, Good Givers have supplied enough in this area. That's what we like - a successful, sustainable project, completed. Due to the success of the first donkey project, we want to expand into more areas of Rwanda, so please help provide practical help and buy a donkey today.


The Good Gifts Catalogue was born 18 years ago, a refreshing alternative to conventional unwanted presents.

We were guided by 2 commitments: first, that every Good Gift was always wanted. And second when you buy a Good Gift, your money buys the actual gift.

At Good Gifts, we do precisely what it says on the tin: your money buys the gift described.

And because we know the importance of knowing where your money goes, we guarantee it. And the delivering charities guarantee it too.

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