Christmas is a time to celebrate the gift of giving. When you buy a charity gift you’re giving twice; once to the charity and once to the recipient of your thoughtful gift. With this in mind, we’ve put together a charity gifts guide of some of our favourite presents that you can buy to benefit animals this Christmas.
The RSPCA online shop has a wonderful range of little gifts perfect for mothers this Christmas. Their range of scented candles is to die for, with plenty of different scents in a beautiful graphic-printed lantern.
These 100% cotton classic hankies will go down very well come Christmas, and the fact that they benefit World Animal Protection is an added bonus!
If your sister loves makeup but hates animal cruelty consider a gift set from ‘beauty without cruelty’. Not only are their products 100% vegan, they donate a tenth of their profits to the animal charity Wood Green.
This Spode Christmas Tree Cheese Knife set is perfect for the cheese aficionado. The festive decorations on the handle are sure to make these a favourite over the Christmas period in the years to come.
PETA has made a name for themselves by supporting animal rights, championing a vegan diet and speaking out against the fur trade and animal testing. This ‘Test tubes not bunnies’ t-shirt will help the animal-lover in your life wear their heart on their sleeve. Well, their front!
If your son is an animal lover he’ll love playing with this Rapid Response Rick, pushing him about on his quad bike and saving pets in peril!
When you have a little one at the table at Christmas time, you can never have too many bibs. This one from WWF is 100% organic (perfect for baby skin) and is sure to catch any spilt gravy!
Christmas is a time to choose something special for those you love, especially your other half. This rose gold bracelet is beautiful, but the company it comes from gives you the choice of a charity to benefit from 100% of the retail profits from your purchase. There are a number of charities you can choose from in the Animal Welfare category from the International Otter Survival Foundation to the Rabbit Welfare Association and Fund,
Earl Wilson said: “A woman may race to get a man a gift but it always ends in a tie.” I don’t think he’ll mind if this is the tie in question! The 100% silk tie has a Labrador-print, a subtle nod to its purpose as a charity gift in aid of Guide Dogs for the Blind.
For four-legged friends:
These retro-style printed tins (one for cats, one for dogs) are full of tasty treats for your pets this winter, and with part of the profits going to the PDSA you can feel satisfied that you’ve given your pet a gift while giving back to homeless and injured animals up and down the country.