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Engagement Charity Gifts

Make the happy couple feel special by congratulating them on their engagement while also giving a life-changing gift to people in need. 

The power of an engagement charity gift card

Are you stuck for ideas about what to get someone special for their engagement? Well, your search stops here! Nothing says “I care about you” more than a personal gift card. But an Oxfam Unwrapped charity gift card is more than just a piece of paper. Our gift cards are a perfect way to say congratulations on your engagement and represent a donation to help give families and communities the practical resources they need – such as a goat, duck or cow – to lift themselves out of poverty.

Why buy an engagement gift card with Oxfam?

Oxfam Unwrapped gives you such a simple way to give an engagement gift and make a difference in the world. Choose from our range of engagement charity gifts featured above or view our full range of charity gifts here. 

Give an engagement present that gives back to those who need it most

Giving an Unwrapped gift card as an engagement gift can play an important role for people living in places like Papua New Guinea. It gives something practical that can help protect and improve lives. This gift can offer women a safe place to stay when escaping family or community-based violence and provide them with the support they need to find their feet again. What better gift could you possibly give?

Browse the full range of charity gift cards here

Buy meaningful engagement charity cards that will make a tremendous impact because they represent real items to help people lift themselves out of poverty.


Beneficiary’s voice

Jasmin* (pictured) survived eight years of family violence before she sought shelter and support from Family for Change, Oxfam’s partner in Papua New Guinea. She says,

“I gained confidence to speak. Before I was not like this, I didn’t have the confidence to speak up or dress up. Now, through Family for Change, I have really changed. I can do things and I can speak up.”

*Name changed to protect identity