Christmas giving to support the world’s wildlife
LIFESTYLE | October 1, 2019

Christmas giving to support the world’s wildlife

Remember our furred, finned and feathered friends when planning Christmas presents this year. Give greener with our unusual selection of sustainable, resource-light and eco-friendly options, all designed to support wildlife and our planet’s natural habitats. 

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Christmas gifts for garden wildlife

Bee resting on a yellow rose

A living rose plant isn’t just for Christmas! Once set out in the garden in spring, your rose gift will attract bees to its pollen-rich stamens during flowering, and birds to its rose hips through the autumn and winter months. 

Spend 75 Greenredeem points to get 15% off all Blossoming Gifts’ rose plants.

A living rose plant isn't just for Christmas!


Perfect for Pollinators kit

Green-fingered friends and gardening newbies alike will appreciate this ‘Perfect for Pollinators’ flower growing kit. A vibrant selection of marigold, foxglove, calendula, verbena and cornflower seeds come complete with growing medium, starter pots and handy garden tips. 

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Green-fingered friends and gardening newbies alike will love this flower growing kit


Christmas gifts to help re-wild the world

Young chimpanzee looking into the camera

This Christmas, the Body Shop is donating a percentage of every sale to fund bio-bridges in damaged landscapes across the world. Bio-bridges restore the connections between forested areas, allowing endangered animals such as this Eastern Chimpanzee to “meet, mate and thrive”. 

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The Body Shop is donating a percentage of every sale to fund bio-bridges


Christmas gifts for healthier wildlife habitats

Cattle on a green hillside

When farmers leave off with the chemicals and sprays in their cow pastures, the hedgerows and surrounding habitats thrive. Why not help support conscientious farming practices by gifting a sustainably-raised meat box from Buy A Cow to the foodie in your life this Christmas? 

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Leave off with the sprays and chemicals and the hedgerows and habitats thrive


Chocolate truffles with hazelnuts

Guilt-free treats for chocoholics at Christmas… 

All 37 ingredients in Booja Booja chocolate truffles and ice creams are sourced from small-scale farmers dedicated to wildlife-friendly growing. Like all of Booja Booja’s products, these ridiculously rich hazelnut truffles are 100% organic, dairy, wheat and gluten-free, as well as vegetarian, vegan and non-GMO. 

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100% organic, dairy, wheat and gluten-free, as well as vegetarian, vegan and non-GMO


Christmas gift memberships to support wildlife conservation

>> A Wildlife Trust Christmas gift membership helps the Trusts restore threatened habitats, care for more than 2,000 nature reserves and run conservation programmes to save endangered species on land and at sea.  Over the year, members get sent useful wildlife-spotting guides and magazines, invites to free wildlife events and information on local volunteering opportunities.

>> The RSPB Christmas gift membership supports their scientists, conservationists, staff and volunteers as they work to protect Britain’s birdlife. Members receive free entry to over 170 nature reserves, along with a year’s subscription to the super informative Nature’s Home magazine.  

>> The Woodland Trust has saved over 550 woodlands from development, restored more than 22,000 hectares of ancient woodland and planted more than 38,000,000 trees! By giving a Woodland Trust membership to a tree-loving friend or relative this Christmas, you can help protect British trees and the wildlife that lives within the woodlands. 


Have you got any more bright ideas for wildlife-friendly gifts? Do share them with Greenredeem on Facebook or Twitter.


>> 5 simple ways to give back this Christmas

>> How to make the most of your Christmas food budget

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