Christmas Gift Guide 2021

Christmas Gift Guide 2021

What a year it has been. We don't want to freak anyone out, but Christmas is just a couple of months away, and with postage being a bit slower than usual, it's time to get organised!

Our range of gifts are affordable, ethically-made, and sent from our headquarters in Australia. Plus, proceeds support community development programs in Cambodia! It's a win-win-win-win! (That's right Michael Scott, we one-upped you).

Let us make things easy for you this holiday season with our gift guide!

For the teacher

With homeschooling in the Eastern states being predominant this year, we think that you will be totally justified in purchasing a gift for your child's teacher AND yourself. How about a set of cloth napkins, that are perfect for zero-waste picnics? Or a book sleeve, to keep reading material safe as you lay on the beach in a socially-distanced fashion this year?

For the grandparents

We are hoping that you can spend Christmas with the grandparents this year. But if you can't, we are able to send their gifts directly to them with a handwritten card. Just add a note at checkout! Our favourites for the grandparents are our bow ties, which are available in five colours. Our reusable Christmas bunting is also a winner, however stock is strictly limited, so you will need to get in quickly! 

For the best friend

We are big believers in giving your best friend a gift that you can share. So how about a DIY scrunchies kit, which creates two scrunchies, one for each of you? Or a Hope on Purpose gift card which your bestie can use to buy BOTH of you a gift?

For the socially-conscious person

Any product you purchase on our website is great for a socially-conscious person. We do also have gift cards that are available as a digital download! How about the gift of education? Or the gift of farming?

Final thoughts

It's been a tough year for everyone, particularly those in Cambodia who have been severely impacted economically by the pandemic. Your Christmas purchases will help put food in tummies, educate children and provide hope to a community doing it really tough.