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BOSTON – Global relief and development organization Oxfam America is encouraging people to “show their love” this Valentine’s Day by giving someone you care about a unique gift – one that helps others in need.
Give your better half a pair of chickens, a couple of goats or a pair of sheep to symbolize your togetherness and help change lives of families living in poverty. Or gift Valentine’s Day favorites like honey bees or a dozen chicks to other loved ones to show you care.
“What better way to show your appreciation and love on Valentine’s Day than to give a gift that helps people living in poverty around the world,” said Stephanie Kurzina, vice president for development and communications at Oxfam America.
When you give a Valentine’s Day gift at oxfamgifts.com your loved one receives a card explaining the good your gift will do, and somebody in need gets exactly what they need.
Oxfam America is offering a selection of gifts from $12 to $5,000, including additional Valentine’s Day favorites such as books for kids, a grove of “miracle trees” and the birds and the bees. All gift contributions are general donations to support Oxfam America’s mission of fighting poverty, hunger and injustice in over 90 countries around the world. Gifts are fully tax-deductible. Visit oxfamgifts.com now to see the full range of gifts.
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