Our Favourite Virtual Gifts

It’s hard to send presents to our loved ones while in lockdown. While shops are delivering essential items, toilet paper and bread rolls don’t exactly scream ‘we think you’re awesome’. 

Why not think outside the box and gift one of the following items? These gifts are thoughtful, memorable, and won’t be regifted or returned.  

Gift a Tree

To give the gift of nature is perfect for a green-fingered or conservation enthusiast friend. For only $10 per native New Zealand tree, your gift will benefit generations to come. 


Adopt a Star

Show someone you love them by giving an out-of-this-world gift! Not only do you receive a map of your star’s location in the night sky, purchasing an Adopt a Star pack helps the Stardome charitable trust to continue its education. 


Choose your Charity

Courtesy of New Zealand Website The Good Registry, you can give a Good Gift Card to enable your recipient to donate to a charity close to their heart. It’s the perfect way to show them you care about what’s most important.  

Alternatively, if the gift is for you, why not encourage your friends to donate to a charity close to your heart by creating the Good Gift Registry?

Perfect for weddings, it resolves the awkwardness of your close friends and family having to buy you yet another set of pots and pans, or worse, having to put a price on your friendship by turning up with an envelope stuffed with cash. 


Pledge to a Startup

This gift is for the innovators, dreamers, and friends who think outside the box. Pledge an amount on their behalf to a crowdfunding campaign. If the campaign meets its target, your friend may end up with a sweet new piece of tech or become part of the history of the next Apple or Facebook! 


Digital subscription to Good magazine

We may be biased, but if your giftee loves all things living, wellness, style, and food, they will appreciate a digital subscription to Good!

Full of inspiring content and beautiful imagery, this is for the friend who puts everyone else first and deserves some ‘me-time’. 


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