Looking for a Great Holiday Gift?
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Give your child a great stocking stuffer: a MarkMakers gift card that they can use to invest in The Hunger Project! Buy a Rwandan Peace Basket made by Gahaya Links (run by our very own 2008 Africa Prize Laureate, Janet Nkubana) from Macy's and a portion of that and all your Macy's purchases will benefit The Hunger Project. Or shop at sites like Amazon or eBay in a way that a portion of your purchase benefits The Hunger Project with aGoodCause.com! Details on those and other exciting options are below!
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Buy an "I'm Tired of World Hunger" bracelet made from recycled tires with a cylindrical recycled metal bead. For every $10 bracelet sold, half is invested in The Hunger Project. Look great yourself and give them away to friends as gifts, all while supporting the work of The Hunger Project!
The perfect holiday gift that gives: a Rwandan Path to Peace basket - made by Gahaya Links, the organization founded and run by Janet Nkubana, 2008 Africa Prize Laureate! If you use this link to shop at Macy's, The Hunger Project will receive four percent of your purchase - not only for the peace basket, but for anything else you buy at Macy's as well! From December 6-18, you'll receive free shipping on the peace baskets if you use the promo code: HONOR.
This week: Enjoy an additional 20% off + Free Shipping at macys.com! Use promo code MACYSFRIEND at checkout. Valid December 10-18.
$40 of each purchase of this limited-edition Hunger Project scarf, designed by Chris Triola, comes to The Hunger Project. Buy one online now! To date, more than $13,500 has been raised for The Hunger Project through these scarves.