Alternative Mother’s Day gift buy a safe birth certificate and help a women give birth safely with Maternity worldwide
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Alternative Mother’s Day gift buy a safe birth certificate and help a women give birth safely with Maternity worldwide

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Found 11th Feb
Mother’s Day is Sunday the 11th of March just 4 weeks away.

It can be a struggle to find a lasting and meaningful gift to give to someone you care for.

A Safe Birth Certificate will continue long after the chocolates have been eaten and the flowers have died – your gift will have helped to save a mother.

Let's help mothers give birth safely no matter where they live.
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I hope this appeals to some people.

I know charity gifts aren't every ones's cup of tea and people have there own preferred charities they donate too but I thought some people might like it.

I have received this from my kids and thought it was lovely. I also sent my mum one and she loved her's too.

Also these are ideal if you've left it to the last minute.

***New digital certificates can be instantly emailed to you or the recipient – perfect for a last minute gift!***

Digital Certificate
maternityworldwide.org/pro…th/

A similar idea is available from Oxfam for £17
so this cheaper

oxfam.org.uk/sho…7in

But I prefer the small U.K. based in Brighton Maternity Worldwide as I believe more funds will go to the good cause.

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holeymoley183 m ago

The NHS are obviously missing trick here. How many people would buy their …The NHS are obviously missing trick here. How many people would buy their loved ones a gift certificate to show that instead of getting a box of chocs they've paid for someone to spend 20 minutes in A&E, contributed to one cycle of IVF or paid for a day of chemotherapy?


It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the things you mention!

Anyway, here’s a thought, why don’t we get a government to properly fund the NHS instead?
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great idea thanks op
missmolly20108 m ago

great idea thanks op



Thanks I hope other’s will like this idea too.
Edited by: "myusernamehasgone234" 11th Feb
The NHS are obviously missing trick here. How many people would buy their loved ones a gift certificate to show that instead of getting a box of chocs they've paid for someone to spend 20 minutes in A&E, contributed to one cycle of IVF or paid for a day of chemotherapy?
holeymoley183 m ago

The NHS are obviously missing trick here. How many people would buy their …The NHS are obviously missing trick here. How many people would buy their loved ones a gift certificate to show that instead of getting a box of chocs they've paid for someone to spend 20 minutes in A&E, contributed to one cycle of IVF or paid for a day of chemotherapy?


It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the things you mention!

Anyway, here’s a thought, why don’t we get a government to properly fund the NHS instead?
josephallen3 m ago

It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the …It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the things you mention!Anyway, here’s a thought, why don’t we get a government to properly fund the NHS instead?


Nice idea, but it ain't gonna happen any decade soon, regardless of what colour is sitting in the big chair!
Edited by: "holeymoley18" 11th Feb
Thanks for posting, great idea.
josephallen7 h, 2 m ago

It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the …It would have to be a pretty huge gift certificate to ‘pay’ for any of the things you mention!Anyway, here’s a thought, why don’t we get a government to properly fund the NHS instead?


Erm...... not enough money? Too many non contributors? People not taking responsibility for their health? Boom in population?
Edited by: "Groovii.D" 11th Feb
Great idea, I bought one last year.
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