Top five unique Valentine’s Day gifts that change lives
Spread love! This Valentine’s Day, show your loved ones you care by giving a gift that gives back to children and families who need it most.
Here are our favourite picks for unique and affordable Valentine’s Day gifts that are sure to spread love at home and across the globe.
1. Newborn Kit ($20)
Help welcome a baby and give her the best start in life with our Newborn Kit. This affordable gift set includes a blanket for warmth, birth registration to ensure access to education and healthcare and essential vaccines to provide protection against measles, polio and tetanus.
2. Sleep Safe Pack ($50)
The Sleep Safe Pack protects children and mothers from malaria, a potentially fatal disease carried by mosquitoes that infects millions of people every year. Children face the greatest risk from malaria. Keep them safe while they sleep with specially treated mosquito bed nets and anti-malaria tablets.
3. Reunite a Child with Their Family ($50)
Conflicts and emergencies often cause separation of children from their families and care givers. Reunite a child with their family, with the support of a social worker, by providing transportation home so the child can be reintegrated with her family and community.
4. Blankets for Babies ($26)
Cozy baby blankets are crucial to the growth and development of little ones. You can keep vulnerable newborns snug and warm with a set of three infant blankets. This gift will wrap babies in comfort and security, protecting them from cold and illness.
5. Mother and Baby Tetanus Pack ($35)
Maternal and Newborn Tetanus kills one baby every 11 minutes. Save babies from the painful and devastating effects of tetanus. This gift of tetanus vaccines for mother and child will inoculate mothers who then pass on their immunity to their babies.
UNICEF Survival Gifts are real items that are distributed in response to real need. When you order a gift, it will be shipped from our UNICEF warehouse in Copenhagen, Denmark, to children and families in need around the world.
Thank you for thinking of children around the world this Valentine’s Day.