The reason we didn’t send Christmas cards this year
This year we decided that, rather than sending Christmas cards, we’d give the money we would have spent away instead.
Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve pulled ten charity names out of our JustGiving Christmas stocking and made a donation to their incredible cause. Each time we picked a new winner, one of our JustGiving Christmas elves would announce the charity on our @JGCauses Twitter feed.
Congratulations to all our #JGChristmas winners!
Console raise funds to provide a dedicated suicide prevention, intervention and postvention service in Ireland.
- Fiona Flower Fund
The charitable trust funds research and physical therapy to support patients fighting breast cancer.
- HeartKids Australia
The team at HeartKids Australia raise funds to fight childhood heart disease.
- British Renal Society
The BRS endeavours to promote improved quality of life for people with kidney disease, their families and carers.
- Disasters Emergency Committee
In times of overseas emergency, the DEC brings together a unique alliance of the UK’s aid, corporate, public and broadcasting sectors to organise disaster relief.
The Parents Association of Children with Tumours and Leukaemia supports families of children with cancer to help them enjoy quality time together.
- Emmaus Bristol
The team at Emmaus Bristol enable homeless people to regain their lives through home and work.
- Veerayatan UK
Established in 1979 in Bihar, Veerayatan is a non-profit, non-governmental organization that strives to uplift and empower humanity through humanitarian service, education and inner development.
- Hampshire Harriers
Hampshire Harriers Inclusive Sports Club raises funds for sports wheelchairs and equipment to allow all people to play disability sports.
- Skye Cancer Care
Skye Cancer Care was set up to support and facilitate the provision of hospice-type care in Skye at the local cottage hospital and in the community.
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