Back to school

The value of education is incalculable because it offers the main road out of poverty. But education in the developing world is rarely free. Where there are no school fees, lack of uniform, shoes or books means exclusion. Please make sure no child is denied the chance of an education.
  • Give a life… by degrees
    £450.00
    Support a talented poor student in Africa through university.
  • A class act
    £150.00
    To make up the shortfall of teachers in Africa.
  • The most nourishing gift imaginable
    £250.00
    Give nourishment to victims of disasters.
  • Little Good Gifts
    £8.00
    School uniform so a child in Africa can go to school.
  • Little Good Gifts
    £8.00
    Help schoolgirls in Africa keep clean and healthy.
  • Big question. Simple answer.
    £18.00
    So school leavers can get an all important certificate.
  • Donkey-drawn library
    £45.00
    Freshen up the library with a new supply of books.
  • A year of song
    £20.00
    Singing sessions for primary school children.
  • School's In!
    £30.00
    Support a supplementary school.

How It Works

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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Peace Oil
Little Good Gifts
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  • Peace Oil

    Peace Oil® is produced in Israel by Jews, Arabs, Druze and Bedouin working together. Grown in the foothills of the Carmel Mountains, the olives are pressed within hours of picking, to produce this prize winning extra virgin olive oil.

  • Little Good Gifts

    Ideal for Christmas stockings, party and wedding favours and small presents. Your Little Good Gift is described in a pretty gift card on which to write your own message. Sorry! The card is too small to print a message on.

  • Gigantic Good Gifts

    Responding to your feedback, we’ve launched Gigantic Good Gifts designed for individuals, companies and institutional givers who want to fund a whole project from £1,000 to £25,000.