Shop online for gifts that fight poverty and build hope!

We all know that the best gifts we can ever give are ones that can’t be wrapped.

They’re deeper gifts we celebrate each Christmas: hope, peace, joy and love. The Everything in Common Gift Catalogue is a great way to share those gifts with others. It’s filled with life-changing gifts that help fight poverty and injustice in our world. 

Choose a gift card

Each gift card represents a donation to a life-changing project.

Dedicate it to a loved one

Personalise your card with a special greeting or message.

Change lives!

Send your card and know that it's helping change lives and communities. 
Choose physical cards to be mailed to you or digital cards that you can send instantly via email.


Something a little different

We made some fun, cheeky, joyful cards we thought would resonate with some of the special people in your lives. Celebrate the humanitarians, the minimalists, the people who do justice and love kindness! Each card represents a donation to help fight poverty and build hope in the world.

Other ways to make an impact

Sign Up

Host a gift stall


Donate to UnitingWorld

About UnitingWorld

UnitingWorld is the international aid and partnerships agency of the Uniting Church in Australia. We work in partnership with the global church to address the causes and consequences of poverty, injustice and violence.

1800 998 122



add remove

How long will it take for my gifts to arrive?

During normal times, we post orders by next business day (from Sydney CBD) and typical Australia Post timeframes apply. 

With postal delays in the leadup to Christmas, the last date to order gift cards by regular mail is Friday December 8 to arrive before Christmas.

For orders beyond that date, please add at least a $10 donation for Express Post during checkout to ensure delivery before Christmas. (Typically 2-day turnaround during peak times).

You can also choose print-at-home gift cards or send e-cards from our website at any time!

add remove

Is postage free?

Postage is free for all Everything in Common orders! However, you can choose to make an additional donation to cover the cost of postage at the checkout. It is a big help!

Also please note, all orders over $500 will be express posted.

add remove

Are these gifts tax deductible?

Yes! All gifts represent donations to UnitingWorld and are tax deductible. All additional donations of $2 or more are also tax deductible.

add remove

Do you offer returns?

Yes! If your order arrived damaged or you're not happy with your gift cards, we'll happily replace or refund the full amount. Please email us as soon as possible at with your order number and an explanation of the item's condition or reason for return.

add remove

Where can I learn more about the impact of UnitingWorld and Everything in Common gifts?

You can discover what your support can look like in action in UnitingWorld's Annual Report.

add remove

What are UnitingWorld's credentials and accountability measures?

We work directly at the grassroots, with churches that are deeply embedded in their communities. Our close relationships with local partners mean that your support can go to those who need it most, right when they need it.

UnitingWorld is accredited with the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and is a proud partner in Australia’s aid program. Many of the projects supported by this gift catelogue are supported by the Australian Government (marked on each product page where applicable).

We are a full member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and are required to meet the highest standards of corporate governance, public accountability and financial management.


add remove

Where can I lodge a complaint or feedback?

UnitingWorld is committed to learning and improving effectiveness. We highly value the contributions and feedback of our supporters, so if you have a complaint please get in touch. For details on how to lodge a complaint, see our Complaints Procedure.

add remove

Why is it called Everything in Common?

Everything in Common is inspired by the radical generosity of the early Christians described in Acts 2:44-45:

All the believers were together and had everything in common. They sold property and possessions to give to anyone who had need. 

add remove

Where do I sign up to run a gift stall?

add remove

Where can I find resources for gift stalls?


As a member of ACFID, UnitingWorld is held accountable to the highest standards of governance, financial transparency and effectiveness in our work.

UnitingWorld gratefully acknowledges the support of the Australian Government through the Australian NGO Cooperation Program (ANCP).