How buying a charity gift works
Buying a Real Good Gift is real easy!
Simply follow these easy steps:
- Select the gift or gifts you want, then pay at the check-out.
- You can choose to receive a physical gift card in the post that you can give to the gift receiver, or you can choose to receive a printable email card. We’ll also email you a tax deductible receipt for your purchase.
- Remember, physical cards are only available if ordered by December 13th 2020. After that, our great printable cards will still be available via email only.
- Feel real good about yourself, you just gave a real good gift!
What you're giving
When you select a Real Good Gift for your mother-in-law, best friend, colleague – in fact anyone – your charity gift goes to help real people.
Give a phone call or a hot, healthy meal and your gift supports people who are isolated or overcoming crisis. Add a gift of patient transport to your cart and you’ll help an elderly or isolated person get safely to their critical medical appointments.
How our charity gifts are chosen
Red Cross is part of the largest humanitarian network in the world, working here in Australia and in almost every country on earth.
In Australia we work with people overcoming crisis, help in disasters, support refugees and work with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. Overseas we’re on the ground after major disasters and we’re in communities over the long haul helping them recover. Our gifts reflect the real work our teams on the ground deliver.
Where your money goes
Each gift represents the work we do in Australia or overseas. The money from your ethical gift will be pooled into funds to support specific areas of work or programs, and by doing this, we can ensure our Red Cross staff and volunteers are making the greatest impact on people’s lives.
If we receive contributions in excess of the needs in a particular category, we will use it in other categories represented by other charity gifts.
You can read exactly how your donation will be used on each charity gift page.
Red Cross will not deduct more than 10% from this campaign to cover administrative and operational costs.
Find out where Australian Red Cross spent its money in FY 2018/19.
Australian Red Cross Society (ABN 50 169 561 394) of 23-47 Villiers St, North Melbourne VIC 3051, a leading humanitarian charity and a member of the International Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. Contact: 1800 RED CROSS (733 276).