Think outside of the box this Mother's Day with an Inspired Gifts from UNICEF. These gifts allow you to purchase actual, lifesaving products that will be shipped to one of the more than 150 countries where UNICEF works. When you purchase an Inspired Gift, a card will be delivered to the family, friend or loved one announcing that the gift was made in their honor.
Early Childhood Development Kit, $249.50
Pencils, pads, puzzles, puppets and more! The kit provides the chance to learn & play & encourages continued development when kids need it most.
Story Book, $30.00
Each purchase provides local-language books that bring the joy of discovery and reading into the lives of children.
Child Survival Food Pack. $81.29
UNICEF's Child Survival Food Pack is the ultimate care package for a malnourished child on the brink'??and the perfect gift for a loved one. You'll be giving all the nutritional supplies a starving child needs to recover to full nutritional health: Therapeutic milk and ready-to-eat therapeutic food, Water purification tablets and Multiple micronutrient powder and high-energy biscuits.
Mosaic Candle Holders, $30.00
Hand-blown glass Indian artisans heat silica sand and potassium to 2,600 degrees centigrade and then mouth blow the glass into delicate bangle bracelets. From the leftover fragments, they finely grind and bevel tiny glass '??links'? and then stack and glue them together to create these colorful votive holders.
Jewel-Toned Bangles, $25.00
Set of 7 artisan crafted bangles of brass with colorful inlays.
Mother'??s Joy Sculpture, $30.00
Hand-carved from Suar wood and signed by Made Wirata '?? the Balinese artist whose family has passed down the tradition of carving for generations, and sculpted this loving mother and baby. Purchasing '??Mother'??s Joy'? helps artists like Wirata earn a fair wage to support their families.
You can also visit select Hallmark Gold Crown'?¢ stores to purchase UNICEF Mother'??s Day cards -- all the while knowing that the purchase goes to help vulnerable children and their families across the globe.
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