All We Can: November 2017
All We Can helps find solutions to poverty by engaging with local people and organisations in some of the world's poorest communities to end the suffering caused by inequality and injustice.Every year, hundreds of All We Can supporters choose to mark Christmas in a meaningful way with our Extraordinary Gifts catalogue. To do likewise:
First: select from our carefully chosen range. Anything from sheep in Ethiopia to clean water in Uganda.
Next: we'll make sure your gift is put to use in a part of the world where it'll make a huge impact.
Your loved ones get a beautifully designed, customised card and the satisfaction of knowing that — together- you've made a life-changing difference to someone else on Christmas Day.
To see the All We Can Christmas Gift ideas, click here.
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