Trócaire Gift of Support to Grandparents

The relationship between a grandparent and grandchild is always precious.

In places like Ethiopia and Kenya it can be crucial.

Grandparents are often left to care for their orphaned grandchildren, whose parents have died from HIV-related diseases.

Your thoughtful gift will help these very special and loving grandparents provide a secure and happy environment for their grandchildren with access to nutritional support, education and healthcare.

This gift is part of our HIV programme.

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[tab title=”Gifts”] Each Trócaire Gift is sourced locally and sustainably from the country where it is needed. So the gifts not only support families in the world’s poorest places, they grow the local economy too. You will receive a card as a symbol of the Trócaire Gift you have purchased. You can then give this card to a friend, family member or client to explain the meaning of the gift. Alternatively an e-card can be emailed directly to your chosen recipient.[/tab]
[tab title=”Online”]When you buy online, you can choose either a traditional gift card or an e-card. The traditional card will be posted out to you, or if you choose to send an e-card, it will be emailed to your chosen recipient immediately or at a time you schedule. Your e-card can be sent to anyone you choose – a friend, family member or client. You can enter a personal message alongside a description of how your gift will support families and communities in the developing world..[/tab]
[tab title=”Offline”]You can buy Trócaire Gifts cards in person at selected retail outlets countrywide, by phone, by post, and by fax. Full information of where and how to purchase your gifts is available on our Trócaire Gifts Buy Offline page.[/tab]
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About The Author
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Trócaire is the official overseas development agency of the Catholic Church in Ireland.  We were set up in 1973 by the Bishops of Ireland to express the concern of the Irish Catholic Church for the suffering of the world’s poorest people.
www.trocaire.ie