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You can now set up a gift list on this website so that you can ask friends to buy you gifts and from the Kabanda Trust website. These Gift list are are called events on the website.

You can add any items from the site to a gift list, and then email anyone you think might be interested in buying those items. You can add as many products as you would like , and there is no limit to the number of people you can email.

There is a link below allowing you to download a user guide, which gives all the steps you need in order to set up a gift list, but here are the simple steps, so you can get up and running

  1. Create a user profile on this website, and enter a username and password. (please note you cannot set up an event without doing this)
  2. When you have logged in click on gift registry.
  3. Select add new event, and then follow the steps in the user guide.

Click here to download the user guide.

Please note you can add any items on the website to a gift list.

Searching for Gift Lists

To search for gift lists from someone else on the website, select “Search for Events” on the left hand side of the navigation.
 
Enter the search options (leave them all blank to search for all ) and the list of events will be displayed

Click on any list to view its contents

 
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