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An Extraordinary Christmas – Thank you

Belyu Belihu and family

In 2018, Christmas was extraordinary thanks to the generosity and kindness of All We Can supporters like you ordering so many Extraordinary Gifts. Thanks to the incredible level of support this Christmas, All We Can will be able to help so many more people, including over 4,000 families who are living in some of the world’s poorest communities.

The gift of Chirpy chicks could enable a family to produce eggs for themselves and to sell to raise and income – thank you

Every Extraordinary Gift your loved ones received will help to transform lives beyond Christmas and for years to come. From Zimbabwe to Jordan to India, families will be able to start a new business, learn new skills or to access the clean water they need. Thanks to gifts like Precious water which could help families in Zimbabwe access clean water, or gifts like Change bakers which could train Syrian refugees in Jordan to start new businesses, or gifts like Goat for it which could help provide a family in India with a goat. The gifts you gave this Christmas will have a lasting impact, long after we all pack away our Christmas decorations.

Thank you too to all the churches that raised money for Extraordinary Gifts this year, whether it was to Build a bog which could help people in Zimbabwe to build toilets to keep their families healthy or Lighting up lives which could help provide a community in Malawi with a much-needed solar panel, to generate the power needed for families to pump water ensuring a successful harvest.

Thank you to everyone who made this Christmas such an extraordinary time! And remember our Extraordinary Gifts are available throughout the year to give your loved ones for birthdays, anniversaries and special occasions.

About the Author Katie Kurilecz

Katie is All We Can's Direct Marketing and Supporter Care Manager. She studied law at Newcastle University and received her Master of Law (LLM) from King’s College London. Katie has a cross-sector background having worked in the business, political and charity sectors. Having specialised in human rights and immigration law at university, she has dedicated the last five years to working in international development and is committed to helping refugees. Katie is passionate about her local community and is a committed member of local groups and campaigns ranging from supporting women and legal aid to conservation.

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