With a GlobalGiving gift card, give the gift of support to causes like Abalimi Bezekhaya – Planters of the Home. In Cape Flats, South Africa, unemployment rates are as high as 90%, and people living in the densely populated area experience hunger, environmental degradation, and limited resources. Their program trains and supports individuals in these communities to grow and replicate organic vegetable gardens, promoting urban agriculture and resource distribution.
Kwanzaa Gift Cards are easy to give and redeem.
You can give your loved one the opportunity to help plant a farm for the San people, one of Nambia’s six indigenous communities, to supplement their food resources. A GlobalGiving eCard offers thousands of ways to foster collective work and responsibility in local communities across the world.
The seven principles of Kwanzaa were determined the year before the first celebration in 1965 and capture a philosophy of unity, self-determination, collective work and responsibility, cooperative economics, purpose, creativity, and faith. Nonprofits like H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People be Empowered) and Maison de la Gare work year-round to empower their communities. From Atlanta, Georigia to the Republic of Senegal, your gift can exemplify the holiday spirit.
Attach a personal note to a printable PDF that makes for a perfect touchpoint, and you have yourself a thoughtful present that will make someone smile. Even easier—you can skip the printing and send a personalized email. It will feature the graphic shown above.
Celebrate Kwanzaa with the gift of community support.
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