Give meaningful gifts that give back

Through Gifts for Peace, you’re helping to create a world where everyone has a safe place to belong. When you choose your gift, your loved one will receive a beautiful card telling the story behind the program their gift is supporting. This comes with a bonus fridge magnet which you can keep or share with your friend or loved one. A thoughtful and kind gift for friends and family.

How it Works

1. Choose a gift that gives back

Choose from a selection of meaningful gifts to help create a world where people uprooted by conflict and disaster have a safe place to belong.

2. Receive your card and personalise it for a loved one

Once you have selected your Christmas gift, we will send you a blank card for you to personalise. You can choose to receive your card as an e-card, print-at-home card or physical card. This comes with a bonus fridge magnet which you can keep or share with your friend or loved one. Order before 8 December for the best chance of receiving your card and magnet in time for Christmas!

3. Your gift helps create a world where everyone has a safe place to belong

Each Gift for Peace will contribute directly to the project indicated. When you choose a Gif t for Peace, you are helping refugees and people who are forcibly displaced go the distance towards a future where they are safe.

Best Sellers

  • Food for a Family
    Vendor
    Jordan
    Regular price
    $49.00
    Sale price
    $49.00
  • A pair of goats
    Vendor
    Zimbabwe
    Regular price
    $55.00
    Sale price
    $55.00

What people are saying

I want my granddaughter to grow up with a heart of compassion for others and know she can make a difference by giving.

Berys, New South Wales

I chose a Gift for Peace for my friends because it helps a refugee have food for their family.

Dan, Sydney

I bought the baby goats for my sister. She loved knowing that her Christmas present was making someone else’s life better.

Laura, Victoria

Banner image credits: Tobin Jones/Act for Peace; Ben Littlejohn/Act for Peace; Joel Pratley/Act for Peace