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March 17th is St Patrick’s Day and people around the world will go green to celebrate Irish heritage.

Some may celebrate by donning green hats, wearing shamrocks or having a few pints at the local!  But there are many other ways to join the festive fun!

This Patrick’s Day, why not go ‘green fingers’ and give a Concern gift of a Vegetable pack? You’ll be helping some of the poorest and most vulnerable families grow nutritious food and keep healthy. They could also earn an income selling their vegetables at market too. 

Give a gift of vegetable pack today

For just £33, you could provide a family with a variety of seeds and tools they need to grow their own delicious vegetables.

Anowara, pictured here, is now growing white gourd and other vegetables thanks to the help of Concern supporters. She not only puts healthy food in her children’s bellies, but with the income she makes selling her produce she can pay for their school uniforms too. That’s the difference veggies can make!

Your gift of a vegetable pack will come with a personalized e-card to show your family and friends the amazing way you’re celebrating St Patrick’s Day. 

Not too keen on green veggies? Browse all Concern Gifts to find your perfect gift. 

Visit the Concern Gifts website to see all the gifts available

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