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Christmas gifts from SCIAF that keep on giving

New range launched, never be stumped for a thoughtful Christmas gift again

SCIAF once again entered into the spirit of helping others this Christmas with the launch this week of it new range of Real Gifts.

In no time at all Christmas preparations will kick into high gear. The Scottish Catholic International Aid Fund’s ethical Christmas gifts provide people in developing countries with a wide range of presents on behalf of the friends or family whose name you opt to donate in.

“SCIAF’s Real Gifts are a really important way that we can help people around the world this Christmas,” Frances Rayner, SCIAF’s fundraising officer said, calling on supporters to get behind programme.

When a supporter purchases a SCIAF Real Gift they receive a special gift card and fridge magnet highlighting the chosen gift to pass on to the lucky recipient and a family or person in a country in which the agency works receives the corresponding gift.

Chose from gifts ranging from library books (£10), school starter packs (£26) and goats (£30) to emergency food and water packages (£37), education for a refugee child (£128) and water for a village (£557).

—View the full range online at http://www.sciaf.org.uk. Alternatively, to receive a free Real Gift catalogue or buy gifts over the telephone call SCIAF on 0141 354 5555. To receive cards and fridge magnets in time for Christmas orders much be placed before Friday December 16.

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