Ubiquitous PDF: Save the Children Australia's 2007 Christmas Gift Catalogue

October 18, 2007


Christmas is just around the corner, as they say, and the spirit of giving is in the air. If you want to get a jump on your Christmas shopping -- and help out some needy kids in the bargain, you might be interested in browsing through Save the Children Australia's PDF-based 2007 Christmas Gift Catalogue.

According to the Save the Children Australia web site, the organization's purpose is as follows:

Save the Children Australia aims to ensure that all children, regardless of gender, race, country of origin or religious belief have the means for survival, receive protection and have access to nutrition, primary health care and basic education.

Save the Children fights for children's rights. We deliver immediate and lasting improvements to children's lives worldwide.

According to the associated order form, "Proceeds from items purchased through this catalogue will help children who are disadvantaged and in need." You can freely download your own PDF copy of the document from the Save the Children Australia web site.

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