Christmas gift guide 2023

Christmas gift guide packed with ethical, social impact and faith-based ideas.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s almost time to set up the Christmas tree, start playing your favourite carols on repeat and book in Christmas lunch and dinner plans to celebrate the season. It’s also time to make a list (and check it twice) of all the loved ones, colleagues and friends you’d like to bless with a gift. Our 2023 Christmas gift guide includes ideas that are ethical, have social impact, are faith-based and are full of Christmas cheer!

Christian gifts

Lacewing Creative gifts have a ‘names of Jesus Advent calendar’, new biblical Christmas ornaments and lovely tea towels. This Aussie small business is run by a Christian owner, Lara Beeston and is based in Sydney.

Christmas gift guide ideas


Verses Art has a wide range of scripture wall art in various styles to suit different tastes. The company donates a portion of all sales to “Project Help India” which provides practical help and hope to people living in poverty in Northern India.

Verses Art


Social impact gifts

International Justice Mission (IJM) have collaborated with Good Day People to provide two premium gift hampers filled with ethical goods. The packaging is recyclable, the delivery is carbon offset, and a portion of the profits go directly to IJM field programs that are rescuing, restoring, and protecting people from slavery every day. You can add an IJM gift card to maximise your impact.



The Leprosy Mission online shop has a lovely range of unique fairtrade and ethically sourced gifts and children’s toys to choose from. Your purchase supports people affected by leprosy and disability. They stock products that are handmade by people affected by leprosy, products that are Australian made and products that are handmade by fairtrade artisans.

Alphabet elephant puzzle

You can support Nungalinya College – a theological college for Indigenous Australians in Darwin – by purchasing limited edition artworks, screen-printed cloth bags and greeting card sets. All designs are by Nungalinya students past and present, and are used with permission for the purposes of fundraising, with 50% of artwork proceeds going to the artist.

The Bible and the Holy Spirit

The Bible and the Holy Spirit Artwork by Angela Malibirr.


If you’re looking for delicious Christmas puddings or cakes, check out the Bush Church Aid’s range. Your purchase will support the work of gospel workers in remote regions of Australia.


Bible Society Australia have beautifully designed E-cards, which you can purchase to spread the light of God’s word. Visit to learn more.


Ethical gifts

Buy from the bush this Christmas and support small businesses in rural Australia. This online shop has curated an interesting range of affordable gifts. Browse with ease and click to buy directly from the rural business websites.


Buy from the bush gifts


The Hey Good Thing website has put together a Christmas gift guide with a range of ethical gifts big and small. From stocking fillers to corporate gifts, you can choose something for anyone in your life.

The Positve Piece puzzle. Artwork by Merindah-Gunya.

The Positve Piece puzzle. Artwork by Merindah-Gunya.

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