Christmas is a special time of year and you can make it even more magical for others by doing your Christmas shopping from charities. Not only are you getting amazing gifts but your supporting these charities who do incredible work.
for a fun way to look after their wellbeing, while
helping support those of us experiencing a mental
health problem. Pause is a monthly subscription
service bringing creativity, relaxation, and calm to
your door. Each month your loved one will
receive a Pause box in the post containing an
activity to help them take a deep breath and find a
moment of calm.
to protect these amazing animals. Show your
support for World Animal Protection with our
fantastic colour insert mugs, featuring a very
special design by the one and only Sue Timney.
day as it props open your door. With its tartan
inspired design, this pup is sure to brighten up any
room. 100% cotton outer, polyester filling with
features include a large high-contrast LED display,
making text easier to read; and it can also record
memos to playback at a set time. Additionally, the
portable radio is great for travelling, has a dual
alarm with a snooze function, sleep timer and
handmade with real forget me not flowers and has
a lovely gold chain.
chunks are oh so tasty and are beautifully wrapped
by hand and ready to be gifted. 100% profits go
back to Spana charity.
one, and they'll receive personally addressed
sleigh mail from the man himself, filled with
festive tales from the North Pole and personalised
details that only Santa magically knows! And,
with a donation to the NSPCC, you could help
Childline be here for children this Christmas. Visit
the NSPCC website to order your personalised
Letter from Santa by 17th December to make sure
yours arrives before Christmas day.
has been exclusively designed for Marie Curie. It's
the ideal way to keep a note of things you are
going to or have to do and is perfect for your
countries worldwide where dedicated local staff
are ending violence and fighting poverty so that all
women, everywhere, can create the future they
want. You can choose to print a card or send the
gift virtually, to make a difference for women and
girls this year, and for years to come, with 100%
of the donation going directly to ActionAid.
and cares for 15,000 dogs across its network of
20 rehoming centres in the UK and one in Dublin.
Dogs Trust has a non-destruction policy, and will
never put a healthy dog to sleep. The charity also
focuses its efforts on understanding dogs and
sharing that knowledge with the wider public to
prevent problem behaviours that can result in
relinquishment or abandonment.
Hospitals work tirelessly to provide 2.7 million
veterinary treatments – including 440,000
preventative treatments. This helps over 470,000
much-loved pets and brings peace of mind to
these vulnerable young adults deserve a Christmas
just like everyone else. Through Centrepoint, the
UK’s leading charity for homeless young people,
you can buy a simple gift to help keep them safe,
well and inspired this Christmas. All the
indications are we will see another increase in the
number of homeless young people this Christmas,
so these ‘gifts’, which most of us take for granted,
are needed more than ever right now. With
life-changing gifts ranging from £10 to £144 any
donation small or large makes every bit of
difference to their lives this Christmas.
proceeds from sales go to GOSH Charity to help
support the hospital’s most urgent needs. These
include pioneering new treatments for children
with complex conditions, support services for
children and their families like parent
accommodation, state-of-the-art medical
equipment and the essential rebuilding and
refurbishment of the hospital.
are vulnerable or in care. A surprise book gift
shows them that someone’s thinking of them.
Will you donate £10 to reading charity BookTrust
and make a child feel special?
donkeys, mules and people who depend on them
for their livelihood all over the world. They work
tirelessly to rescue and prevent neglect and
and work hard to ensure all animals can live free
from pain and suffering. They rely on support to
help them to continue there hard work.
images created by Axel Scheffler and friends.
Each image was drawn specifically for the
making it the perfect Christmas gift for any cat
lover. 100% of the profits from the sale of the
calendar, which can be bought exclusively
through Catinaflat.com, will go to
bornfree.org.uk to help them care for and protect
endangered cats in the wild.
anyone with an interest in the naval services and
keen cooks who enjoy entertaining and cooking
restaurant-quality food. It shines a light on the
incredible skill and talent found within this
demanding industry, thanks to the contributions
of 20 professional chefs - all with a connection to
the Royal Navy - who have shared their recipes
and career journeys. The book also features a
foreword by The Princess Royal, patron of the
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity, and a
recipe by Michel Roux Jr.
presents months in advance, or someone who
leaves it right until the last minute, national
homelessness charity Crisis has a range of
Christmas gifts for all your friends and family - all
with a conscience. All the proceeds from gifts
purchased for loved ones this Christmas from
Crisis, will go towards helping people across Great
Britain out of homelessness, and ultimately
ending it for good.
this year! Deliveroo teamed up with comedian
Kojo Anim and launched a range of charity
crackers, Crackers Cracking Hunger, to help
provide meals for families in need this winter.
Each box of crackers sold will provide a week of
meals for a UK household in need.
The best Charity gifts to put a smile on everyone’s faces.