Lives Changed by Great Gifts
Together, we can change people’s lives for the better by purchasing gifts that care for a range of physical, emotional and spiritual needs.
In this catalogue, there are gifts that help vulnerable people break the cycle of poverty, gifts that support church ministry and leadership development and Indigenous Ministries in Australia. You can give Great Gifts that invest in the future of church initiatives around the world, including ministries here on home soil led by the First Peoples of Australia.
*TD - Great Gifts of Relief & Development are tax-deductible.
Great Gifts of Relief & Development
Homework is an opportunity to learn and develop. Pens, pencils and paper are necessary to help kids at KCV learn and grow in Zimbabwe.
It’s time to replace those worn-out uniforms! Uniforms are mandatory at school and children will wear them with pride in South Sudan.
Help people in Bangkok’s biggest slum create new income streams and new opportunities for life through a small takeaway business in Thailand.
Community members have donated poles for a fence and you can now buy the panels to help safeguard the Emmanuel School garden in South Sudan.
Community development training and a strong support network will prepare community members to take collective action and tackle the issues that trouble the least in their communities in Vanuatu.
A toilet is essential for people with a disability. It provides dignity and encourages societal inclusion, as well as improving health and sanitation for the wider community in Vietnam.
Support a Child for a Month
Child sponsorship provides children with education, school uniforms, daily meals and support for their carers. COCOA cares for orphaned, abused or abandoned children through programs in Zimbabwe and South Sudan.
Road to the Keram River
A grader and gravel are vital to turn the muddy track between the Ramu and Keram Rivers into a road, giving remote communities access to health, education and trade in Papua New Guinea.
Maternal Health Care
Help train midwifery students! Graduates care for mothers and babies across the state in their local communities, reducing the maternal mortality rates in South Sudan.
Communal farming of bulls, pigs, mangos and ginger increases local income for the Bandarban Hills Hostels, giving young people access to high school education in Bangladesh.
One sewing machine can mean that a woman can start her own business and financially support her family, opening doors to education and sustainability in Vietnam.
A whole community will begin a journey towards sustainable income, education, and improved health through a shed of chicks in Thailand.
The KCV dairy farm produces fresh milk to sell at the local markets, as well as providing calcium for the children at KCV. More cows equal more milk in Zimbabwe.
Great Gifts of Church Development
Mingle with the Mru
Support local evangelists in reaching across geographical and cultural divides to the tribal Mru community with God’s Word. Support one day’s wage for three evangelists in Bangladesh.
Support a Pastor for a Month
Invest into the global church by helping to train the next generation of new pastors to share the
Good News and to bless their local communities. ICP supports pastors in Indonesia, Bangladesh, and Zimbabwe.
Provide a local pastor with a personal training and mentoring session. They will be better equipped to lead their church so that it becomes self-supporting in Fiji.
Healthy motorbikes mean healthier communities when evangelists can easily access rural areas to share the Gospel. Support three months of motorbike maintenance in Zimbabwe.
Great Gifts of Indigenous Ministry
Help young Indigenous people to explore and develop their creativity through the Art Programs provided at Dareton Youth and Community Drop-in Centre in New South Wales.
A Hope-Filled Yarn
Solid Chaplaincy Indigenous Youth Program supports people through life’s challenges. Your gift will enable volunteers to run suicide prevention workshops in the remote Indigenous communities of Western Australia.
Tank of Fuel
A gift towards suitable 4x4 vehicles will help the Port Hedland and Norseman Indigenous Ministries get going for vital outreach – they often travel over 1000km into remote communities in Western Australia.