Great gift for Christmas. Not to mention that you’d be helping in the process as well! The Pop-up card is so cute!
Xmas Cards Festive Elegance (Php 430 for 10 cards)
Treat friends to a really special card as seasonal motifs are elegantly displayed. Five designs on gloss paper with gloss varnish and holographic gold foil on details.
Pop-Up Card – Magic of Christmas (Php450, five cards)
Snowy starlit scene pops up in glitter twinkle for a special message. Illustrated exclusively for UNICEF.
UNICEF cards and gifts bring gift of life to children
Bringing hope, health and happiness to children this season can be more heartwarming when you give UNICEF cards and gifts. Aside from classic cards in elegant designs, the collection also features new and contemporary designs for a fresh look at holiday time such as works of artist Koco. You can also make use of modern mini cards in playful Christmas symbols or the convenient adhesive gift labels. Each one captures the spirit of UNICEF and helps you to celebrate holiday togetherness. The UNICEF collection also carries beautiful gift items such as incense and children’s toys. Every purchase you make directly contributes to the safety and well-being of Filipino children.
With the cheer of Christmastime comes the awareness that many children are living in poverty, are sick, abused, neglected or under threat. With a purchase of UNICEF gifts, you can become part of a community of people helping to save, improve and protect the lives of some of the Philippines’ most disadvantaged children. Funds go to various education programs that UNICEF Philippines is supporting.
Apart from giving children a chance to be the best they can be, UNICEF items exemplify responsible giving. All UNICEF cards and gifts are developed and produced to stringent international standards of quality, safety, social responsibility, and environmental protection.
Ethical sourcing. Ethical sourcing is at the heart of the UNICEF collection. UNICEF suppliers, wherever they are, big or small, adhere to standards on the fundamental rights of their employees—and in particular the complete prohibition of child labor.
Artisan and handcrafted. UNICEF also actively supports artisans in inspiring handcrafted products, engaging only with socially responsible workshops and producers that conform to UNICEF’s principles.
Environmentally responsible. Especially with the recent natural calamities affecting millions of Filipino children, protecting the environment has always been a primary concern for UNICEF, that is why only wood and paper from managed forests and exclude materials that can negatively impact nature are used.
UNICEF relies entirely on voluntary donations for our work for children – we receive no core funding from the UN. Donations come from governments, private corporations and individual donors, including those who purchase our cards and gifts.
Give the gift of UNICEF by calling (0632) 901-0160, 901-0164 fax your order form to (0632) 757-7151 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Corporate bulk orders available. You can also download the Unicef Cards and Gifts 2010 Catalogue at www.unicef.ph
Every P 1,000 purchase includes free delivery within Metro Manila.
Year-round giving. Beyond the holidays, UNICEF also gives more opportunities for giving. Sign up to be a UNICEF Champion for Children today and be part of a community of UNICEF supporters that seeks to help Filipino children all over the country enjoy the right to education, healthcare and nutrition as well as protection from violence, abuse and exploitation through regular monthly donations. For as little as Php 15 a day or Php 500 a month, you can help send five children back to school complete with supplies.
To find out more about UNICEF and Champions for Children, visit www.unicef.ph or call (632) 758-1000. You can also check out UNICEF Philippines in Facebook and Twitter.
UNICEF is on the ground in over 150 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence. The world’s largest provider of vaccines for developing countries, UNICEF supports child health and nutrition, good water and sanitation, quality basic education for all boys and girls, and the protection of children from violence, exploitation, and AIDS. UNICEF is funded entirely by the voluntary contributions of individuals, businesses, foundations and governments.
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