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By Gary Bentley
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The Smith Family, a
children's charity, works
in partnership with other
caring Australians to help
children. You can support
a child's education for just
$27 a month. For more go
You can help brighten the lives of seriously ill
children and their families supported by Ronald
McDonald House Charities by purchasing
the 2011 McDonald's Big Book of Fun. It's a
full-colour activity booklet designed to keep
children between the ages of four and eight
entertained for hours. For more details on ways
to support RMHC go to rmhc.org.au.
Give the gift of independence
for someone who is unable
to see by buying Christmas
cards from Guide Dogs
NSW/ACT. Cards come in
a pack of 10 with five
different labrador puppy
designs and cost $15 a
pack. There is a dog
calendar too. For gift ideas
Help children receive an education,
have a healthy life and be protected
from harm or exploitation in Australia
and around the world by purchasing
Save The Children fund Christmas
baubles. Along with decorations, the
Fund has a wonderful range of gift
ideas for children.
The chicken or the egg? Most children in the
developing world would settle for the egg but
when the chicken comes first it means a source
of income, manure for the vegie garden and
a supply of eggs. This $16 gift can help give
a family's pantry and hip pocket a boost. For
more details go to compassion.com.au.
Purchasing UNICEF cards and gifts makes
a direct and tangible difference to the lives
of millions of children. UNICEF reaches out
to children even under the most challeng-
ing circumstances to ensure your money is
spent to make a significant improvement in
their lives. Visit shop.unicef.org.au.
The Kmart Wishing Tree
Appeal is Australia's
largest Christmas gift
appeal and has collected
more than 4.9 million
gifts since 1988. It's
become a tradition for
Kmart and the Salvation
Army. Look for a tree
at your nearest Kmart
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