Ethical Mother's Day gifts from UNICEF

By staff writers
February 25, 2009

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and many of us will be thinking of how we can let Mum know how much we appreciate her without breaking the bank.

Why not check out UNICEF’s selection of ethical presents for under £10?

More importantly, buying a Mother’s Day gift from UNICEF will make a big impact on the lives of disadvantaged, marginalised people all around the world. UNICEF work with local communities to save children the ravages of hunger, poverty and abuse – and your Mother’s Day gift can play a part.

Ethical Mother’s Day gifts from UNICEFMonroe Bracelet: This beautiful resin bracelet, handmade in Indonesia, is understated in its simplicity, and could be a fantastic Mother’s Day gift. Find out more.

Ethical Mother’s Day gifts from UNICEFKyoto Bracelet and Stone Ring Set. An equally appropriate alternative to the Monroe bracelet is this elasticated, matching set of beaded bracelet and ring. Find out more.

Ethical Mother’s Day gifts from UNICEFMorning Rays Incense Set: For only £9.95, this is a great gift to celebrate Mother’s Day with, and with 18 separate incense cones it’s also good value for money. Find out more.

Ethical Mother’s Day gifts from UNICEFSilhouette Memo Box: This attractive little memo box is both an attractive and stylish gift with which to celebrate Mother’s Day. Find out more.

Ethical Mother’s Day gifts from UNICEFUNICEF Premium Eco Bag: This fantastic reusable bag, made from Juco, a natural, environmentally friendly product, will make a great Mother’s Day gift. Made in India by local artisans, it will last for many years, and the benefit of it will endure through the work of UNICEF. Find out more.

To check out the full range of value for money Mother’s Day gift available from UNICEF, click here.

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