Double the memories this Christmas
We’re very excited to have been selected to participate in The Big Give Christmas Challenge 2020, the UK’s largest match funding campaign.
A huge thank you to everyone who has donated in The Big Give Christmas Challenge, as we reached our £15,000 match funding target on the first day! The campaign ran from 12pm on 1st December until 12pm on Tuesday 8th December. If you’d still like to make a donation you can do so on our website, however it will not be doubled.
Happy memories are a precious gift
We know a break away from home can be vital for wellbeing. From the anticipation of booking, to the joy and happiness of time spent away together, through to the memories that will last long into the future. It can be life changing.
This year we have all had a taste of how it feels not to be able to escape to somewhere new. Not to be able to gather the family together and put aside the everyday for a few precious days of carefree discovery and relaxation.
As we look ahead to 2021, we know we will be needed more than ever. Your support now will help us be ready to play our part in the recovery yet to come.
One donation, twice the impact
The great thing about match funding is that it could have doubled your donation at no extra cost to you! Or to put it another way, one donation could have twice the impact as your £10 could become £20, £25 become £50, £100 become £200…
The Big Give Christmas Challenge is now closed and ran from Tuesday 1st December (#GivingTuesday) for a week. Only donations made to our project via The Big Give website during the campaign period were eligible for match funding.
Please note that the only way to donate to The Big Give appeal online was via The Big Give website.
Thank you for helping with an online donation this December
“It is amazing that you do this for families like me who are in crisis as it has changed me on the inside and I just want to thank you for making it positive as it will now be in my heart forever.”
Anna from Scotland
Our aim was to raise £7,500, which was doubled to £15,000. That’s the equivalent of sending over 200 children on their first ever holiday next summer.