Caritas urges Australians to give a gift this Father’s Day that helps Dads across the world
22 Aug 23
With Father’s Day around the corner, Caritas Australia is asking Australians to consider giving a gift to Aussie Dad’s that helps other fathers across the world who are living in poverty.
Caritas Australia’s Global Gifts change a life, support a family and transform communities. Instead of socks or shavers, a Father’s Day Global Gift can make a real, life-changing impact.
The ultimate gift for a Dad who has anything is one that helps others.
A gift of just $25 helps provide important and often life-saving health checks for fathers living with a disability.
A gift of $50 can help vulnerable Dad’s living with a disability receive the rehabilitation they need.
Whether you purchase a Global Gift for a family member or that special father figure in your life, your Global Gift will bring hope and joy to the world’s most vulnerable people.
The Global Gift card is sent to you by post then you can include your own personal message and give your loved one a gift that keeps on giving, or you can choose for it to be emailed directly to the recipient with your own personal message.
You’ll be supporting men like Thu from Vietnam who was just 12 years old when he lost his leg after stepping on an unexploded land mine.
“War is most terrible with great loss. At the end of the war, there are still consequences such as unexploded ordnance, causing many losses, casualties and death,” Thu says.
Visit caritas.org.au/global-gifts/ or call 1800 024 413 toll free to purchase a Global Gift this Father’s Day and change a Dad’s life forever.
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