Last-minute gifts for under $50 at Oxfam Shop

Oxfam Australia staff member Chrisanta Muli learns how to finish the MKS leather products and undertake quality control.

All Oxfam Shops are now closed. We sincerely thank you for your ongoing support, creating real change for people living in poverty. You can continue to shop Oxfam Unwrapped gifts and Oxfam fair coffee online.
– September 2019.

It’s the last weekend before Christmas. Time is running out. The pressure? It’s on.

What you need is a no-nonsense game plan; something that will see you give unique, personalised gifts while barely brushing the shoulders of your fellow last-minute shoppers.

So without further ado, here’s our pick of ethical gifts for under $50 that will see you in and out of the shops this weekend.

Gifts for gardeners:

For $29.95 you can get your hands on the bestselling white-washed Terracotta pots. Ideal for the garden, or even an inside window sill.

Added extra: For $19.95 you can include the Fork and shovel. This beautiful set has been hand crafted by expert artisans in India.

Brownie points: Stay in theme with the Oxfam Unwrapped seed card for $10; a generous way to say Happy Holidays.

Other gifts for gardeners under $50:

Gifts for foodies:

For $24.95 you can gift a supply of delicious vegetarian recipes with the Oxfam Shop vegetarian cookbook. This best seller features recipes from Julie Goodwin, Stephanie Alexander, Guy Grossi, Iain Hewitson, Justine Schofield and Maggie Beer – just to name a few.

Added extra:
For $18.95, you can include an essential for every aspiring chef; the mortar and pestle. This beauty is etched Gorara Soapstone in India. But there’s a massive range for you to choose from.

Brownie points:
For an extra $20, you can gift breakfast for a child; a gift that will make any foodie feel outstanding.

Other gifts for foodies under $50

Gifts for tea lovers

At $14.95, the attractive, best-selling Zhena’s tea sampler is an easy stocking filler.100% certified fair trade and organic tea for 16 total sachets.

Added extra: Make it a tea gift pack with the handy Tree of Life infuser mug. Perfect for solitary tea drinking at home or at work.

Brownie points: You’ve got the Fairtrade tea, and for $10 more you can help ensure it stays that way with the Oxfam Unwrapped Fairtrade Education card.

Other gifts for tea lovers under $50

Gifts for those with style

These beautiful dream catcher earrings come in at $24.95 and feature Sodalite stone drops. In Peru Sodalite is prized for its dark blue hue and believed to unite the logical with the spiritual; catching dreams and making them into reality.

Added extra:
At $19.95, the ombre collapsible basket is a steal. Strong, durable and an attractive environmentally friendly solution to plastic bags.

Bonus round: Up the ante with Oxfam’s infamous goat card. Because nothing is more stylish than giving generously.

Other stylish gifts for under $50

We hope this helps. Your purchases have real impact when you shop at Oxfam.

Your purchases have real impact when you shop at Oxfam. By supporting Oxfam Shop and Oxfam Unwrapped this Christmas you’ll help empower communities around the world as they determine their own futures; and you’re providing life changing income for our producers, farmers, their families and their wider communities.

For Oxfam Shop, online sales express shipping ends on Sunday.For Oxfam Unwrapped, send an ecard or download at home. Otherwise visit your nearest Oxfam Shop until Christmas eve!

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