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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
The best Charity gifts to put a smile on everyone’s faces.