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Pick your gifts from the list below (you can choose the same item more than once). Once a gift has been purchased, this will be clearly displayed, so your guests can see what’s left.
Water - it sounds like the simplest of gifts. But following an emergency when safe, clean water is scarce it could be life-saving.
This gift with a difference could provide a three-month supply of water to a family following a crisis, which they can use for drinking, cooking and basic hygiene.
Sometimes, the most straightforward solutions are the most effective.
Just a simple tarpaulin sheet could keep a family safe and sheltered in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster, while they work to rebuild their lives.
Outbreaks of cholera and other similar diseases often spread rapidly after natural disasters, when people can't access sanitation and clean water, putting vulnerable children and adults at risk.
This disease prevention kit is a gift with a difference. It includes chlorine, water purification tablets and soap - helping to stop diseases spreading, and saving lives.
This charity gift will support our work in emergencies.
A lack of quality seeds, fertilisers and the effects of climate change make it hard for women in Burundi to grow crops to feed their families.
But goats can produce quality organic manure, increasing yields and helping to bring food security.
Buy this charity gift and support our livestock project in Burundi.
Without sanitary towels, and a lack of clean water, women and girls can suffer infections when they're on their period.
These dignity kits contain soap, sanitary towels and clean underwear, so that women and girls can manage their periods safely, and with dignity, during emergencies.
At times of emergency, babies are among the most vulnerable.
In the aftermath of mudslides in Sierra Leone's capital Freetown in August 2017, local ActionAid staff distributed baby bundles to mothers and babies who had lost everything when their homes were destroyed.
This bundle includes clothing, nappies and cereal. Helping to keep them warm, comfortable and fed.
Whether it's a flood, an earthquake, a storm or a drought, people affected by emergencies desperately need food during and in the immediate aftermath.
This gift provides the basic foods that families need to survive - including rice, sugar and flour.
In Burundi, East Africa, many families are living in extreme poverty. And 1 in 7 children are forced to drop out of school to earn an income for their family.
This gift could provide a breeding pair of goats to a woman in Burundi, East Africa and help her to transform her family's lives.
The goats can bring financial security, and as the first offspring from each goat is passed on to another family, this gift can benefit the whole community. They call this the 'solidarity chain'.
This charity gift will support our livestock project in Burundi.
We know that women bring vital skills, resources and experience to a humanitarian response. This two-day workshop can provide a woman with technical, management and leadership training - so they can take the lead in responding to an emergency when it strikes in their community.
Toilets? It sounds like a simple idea, but giving people access to toilets, like the ones distributed by ActionAid in Myanmar (pictured above) is essential for preventing the spread of diseases.
This gift could supply a vulnerable community with materials to build an emergency toilet, which would make a huge difference to people's lives.
Buying a family a pig is a gift that will keep on giving. Why? Because pigs are brilliant at producing high-quality manure. That manure is then used to grow crops. The crops can then be sold or used to feed a family. And the cycle can repeat!
Provide a class of 30 children with school supplies including backpacks, school materials and uniforms. This generous bundle can help ensure that all children can attend school, no matter what their circumstances are.
This life-saving gift bundle could provide a family with the essentials they need following an emergency. A three-month supply of clean water could be used for cooking, drinking and basic hygiene. A disease prevention kit could stop cholera and other diseases spreading. And 25 kilos of rice, sugar and flour could keep families fed for a month.
It’s time to put your own stamp on your gift list. Are you having a traditional, retro or whimsical wedding? Whatever your style, you’ll find a design and colour scheme to complement it below. And don’t forget that a bright, smiley photo of the happy couple will add a personal touch to your page.
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Write a message telling people why you're fundraising for ActionAid