Global Mission Partners (GMP) invests in people and has deep relationships with our partners. We believe real change happens through authentic relationships and when we work together, we can create ongoing and lasting change. We believe that this can happen in partnership with you and your church! God calls us to remember others and their needs, rather than putting ourselves first. The GMP Great Gifts Catalogue is a great way of doing this.
The catalogue is creative, engaging, and includes a range of gifts and a variety of prices. Each gift relates to a particular project supporting church partnership, Indigenous ministry or relief and development. The gifts in the catalogue also support projects in India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Vietnam, South Sudan, Zimbabwe and Australia. Gifts over $2 to COCOA projects receive a tax-deductible receipt. Giving to ICP and IMA is not tax-deductible. Donors will receive a card featuring the gift to give to family or friends. Gift cards can be received electronically or by mail (with an envelope). People can contribute to all, or part, of a gift. Gifts are consolidated and support initiatives that bring real change.
Join us in promoting and distributing the new GMP Great Gift Catalogue! The Great Gifts Catalogue is a practical way of inviting you, your family and friends and the members of your church to be a direct part of bringing real change. The new catalogues are available early in October to make it easier for people to plan their Christmas giving. Many people throughout the year also use them for any occasion requiring a gift! You can request a hard copy of the catalogue, or place your Great Gifts order online at www.greatgifts.org.au.
Together, we can bring change to people around the world by giving holistic gifts that have a real impact, gifts that bring real change.
For more ideas on how to make the most of the Great Gifts Catalogue, including running a Great Gifts Stall, check out www.greatgifts.org.au/resources or contact email@example.com or freecall 1800 467 222 for a hard copy.