Secret Santa will be useful to you more often than you think

You don't have to wait a whole year to give gifts to your family and friends. Here you will find a list of suitable occasions.

Gingerbread man
  • Christmas

    December 25


    Christmas is celebrated in Christian and many other countries as a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. In Christian countries such as the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, France and Germany, it is one of the most important events of the year. Some non-Christian regions also celebrate Christmas as a national or cultural holiday. Traditions may vary, but often include celebrations, parades, and events associated with Christmas.

  • Secret Santa

    January 1

    Illustration of Santa Claus

    New Year is celebrated around the world with a variety of traditions. People celebrate it with parties, family gatherings, fireworks and celebrations. Each culture gives special meaning and conducts holiday rituals according to its traditions.

  • Valentine's Day

    February 14

    Valentine's Day

    Valentine's Day is celebrated in different countries on February 14. On this day people exchange valentines, gifts and show their love. Traditionally, romantic dinners and events are organized. The holiday, which started from Christian tradition, has become popular in different cultures around the world.

  • Halloween

    October 31


    Halloween is celebrated in countries in the English-speaking world, primarily in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland. The holiday is gaining popularity in other regions where people celebrate it with traditional elements such as "Trick or treat!", carving pumpkins and decorating houses in Halloween style.