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Transform some lives this Christmas with some extraordinary gifts from All We Can. This is a pioneering international development, relief and advocacy organisation. They work through partnerships with local people to end the cycle of suffering caused by poverty, inequality and justice. It is inspired by Christian principles and has its roots in the British Methodist Church, helping people to become all they can.
From just £10, you can buy some extraordinary gifts for your friends and families. A card explains how their gift will change lives and there is room to write your personal message. No queueing, no stress. Christmas shopping made simple.
To see their catalogue, click here. For their Supporter Services team (9am to 5pm any weekday), call 020 7224 4814.

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