You Can Adopt A Unicorn And Donate To Charity At The Same Time
If you're stuck for gift ideas and you also want to do a good deed this Christmas, we might have just the thing for you.
Perfect for rainbow-lovers, you can now adopt a unicorn - and the proceeds will go to charity.
The Unicorn Adoptions website reads: "Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. We present this opportunity to explore your fabulous, fun and fantastical self by adopting a Unicorn.
"Show your loved ones how fabulous they really are by adopting a Unicorn today.
"It makes the perfect gift that they will treasure forever. Just say yay, adopt today!"
The proceeds from each adoption pack goes to three amazing charities: Stonewall, Alder Hay Children's Charity and Community Integrated Care.
The charity Stonewall fights for equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, to tackle discrimination, violence, abuse and stigma.
The Alder Hay Children's Charity raises money for the Alder Hey in the Park hospital, to help cover the costs of medical equipment, food, research and play specialists.
Community Integrated Care is a national social care charity which provides care and support to thousands of people across England and Scotland.
Adopt a unicorn packs are on offer from £20 and for every one bought, a pound goes to charity.
The website reads: "We're on a mission to help people discover their inner fabulousness. We believe that the Unicorn symbolises love and acceptance for all people.
"These are the values we stand for and by adopting a Unicorn today you will help us to spread these values in your community.
"Every adoption will generate a £1 donation per pack to good causes that help people facing adversity. So don't delay, adopt a Unicorn today."
If you go for the combo pack, you'll receive: quarterly e-mail updates from your Unicorn, a dreamy eyes unicorn soft toy (available in white, pink, rainbow and other colours) and a blank unicorn adoption certificate so you can name your Unicorn.
You'll also receive a confirmation letter, a unicorn badge, a key ring, a self-assembly face mask, a bookmark, a colouring in sheet, an A4 poster, two postcards and three unicorn stickers.
Featured Image Credit: Unicorn Adoptions