Charity Christmas Gifts

Shop ethical, spread joy and help tackle global poverty this Christmas.

The power of a Christmas Charity gift card

Are you stuck for ideas about what to get someone that celebrates the true spirit of Christmas? Well your search stops here! Nothing says “Season’s Greetings” and “Peace, Joy, Love” more than a ethical gift card. But an Oxfam gift card is more than just a piece of paper. Our Christmas Charity gift cards represent a donation to help give families and communities the practical resources they need – such as a goat, duck or pig – to lift themselves out of poverty.

Why buy a ethical Christmas gift with Oxfam?

Oxfam Unwrapped gives you such a simple way to give a gift and make a difference this Christmas. Your Christmas gift will empower families, and even entire communities, with the practical resources they need to lift themselves out of poverty. Choose from our range of Christmas Charity gifts featured above or view our full range of Charity Gifts here. 

How to Buy a Christmas Gift Card in 2020

This Christmas, Oxfam Unwrapped gives you a simple way to give a gift and make a difference in the world. Your ethical Christmas gift will spread joy and help tackle global poverty.

  1. Choose a gift card here.
  2. Customise your gift card with a personal message.
  3. Send it via mail or email to your loved one.
  4. Your donation goes to those who need it most.

Perfect for Corporate Christmas Gifts

Show your clients or business partners that your business can make a difference in the world. Oxfam Unwrapped gift cards are the perfect ethically charged corporate gift idea for you this Christmas!



Beneficiary's voice
Beneficiary’s voice

“When [Oxfam partner] FSA came, and I started with the pigs and chickens and now goats, I could see that there is more money coming in. … I see that I have more income when I sell the animals … If I sell an animal today, there is money, whereas in the past when I didn’t always have money when I needed it.”

— Unes (pictured), Vanuatu

In Vanuatu, where many families struggle with poverty, Oxfam is providing women with pigs, along with training in rearing and breeding. The gift of a pig this Christmas will help fertilise crops, breed with other pigs, and provide an important source of income once piglets are sold at market. With this money, families can pay for essentials like food and education.