Cut down on environmentally unfriendly gifts by giving friends & family the option to contribute to your child's savings, experiences or a charity. All in a simple invitation.
Create an event invitation using our easy to use templates.
Choose what you’d like friends & family to contribute to.
Share the invitation with friends & family via a link on any device.
See who's coming, and receive investment for your child's future.
As a Work For Good member we want Little Futures to be a force for good in the world. As part of your gift you have the option to support one of the listed charities below. Simply choose what percentage of the received amount you wish to give.
Easily create invites for any occasion in under a minute on desktop or mobile. Invitations include gifting options and are shareable on any device by email, WhatsApp or any method you choose.
We live in a society that needs to be progressive in thinking about sustainability. Increasingly parents are changing their behaviours choosing recycled and ethical products and brands.
So why are we still encouraging the over consumption of wasteful, often unrecyclable, unwanted gifts at children's birthdays, baby showers, christenings and other events?
The key to a sustainable future is not only about changing the way we think, but about setting good examples for our next generation. Little Futures educates children on savings and investments from an early age and encourages them to think about looking after this lovely planet we live on.
Our latest posts giving thoughts and advice on the environment, investment, education and sustainability.
The existence of ‘no gifts please’ has been appearing on children’s party invitations with increasing popularity over the last few years. So why the shift, and is it really the solution that parents are really looking for? Or is there an alternative that suits families and their party guests...
When you use Little Futures, you entrust us with private information so we can create your child’s invitation (their name and age, plus the date, time and address of the party). It is therefore vitally important to us that your shareable invitations are only accessible to your guests! This post...
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