In the spirit of the holiday season, we're excited to share the perfect gift idea for your loved ones – a Winter Child Survival Pack to bring relief and hope in the form of immunizations, clean water and micronutrients to a suffering child.
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Finally, it's not too late to order UNICEF Cards and Gifts - every order you make helps UNICEF save children's lives.
With warmth and gratitude,
Give a gift. Save a child.
Give a loved one something different this holiday season – send a Winter Child Survival Pack in their honor. Your loved one gets a personalized card from you, and a desperate child receives the following lifesaving supplies:
> Immunizations that will save a child from measles and polio – two of the most common and painful diseases.
> Micronutrient powders that will help a child suffering from malnutrition get the vitamins and minerals essential for them to grow up healthy.
> Water purification tablets to filter out dirt and bacteria so that children can drink without fear of getting sick. Your pack contains enough tablets to clean 50,000 liters of water!
Order your gift before December 17 to have a card mailed to your loved one in time for the holidays!
> Give a Winter Child Survival Pack
From handcrafted ornaments and jewelry for family and friends, to books and toys for kids and calendars and stationery to get you ready for the next year – UNICEF Cards and Gifts has something for everyone on your list this Holiday Season. Every choice is a great one. Because with every card or gift purchase you'll help UNICEF save children's lives.