Charity Christmas Gifts
- Crafting Christmas Sparkle with You!
Crafting Christmas Sparkle with You!
This holiday season, House of Spells is collaborating with multiple UK charities to bring Christmas joy to children and youngsters in need by gathering Christmas presents. As part of the campaign, we will place 100 presents under the Christmas tree in our London shop at our expense.
We are also inviting our London customers to participate by placing charity gifts for Christmas under the tree. House of Spells' Christmas Charity Gifts campaign is also available for online orders. If you wish to purchase a gift, choose "Click and Collect" at checkout as a delivery option and use discount code CHARITY to let our elves know it is a charity gift, which should be placed under the tree.
We are excited to be supporting the following charities
Barnardos - a children's charity that helps vulnerable children and young people facing a wide range of issues.
Macmillan Cancer Support - a charity that provides support to people living with cancer and their families.
Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity - a non-profit organization that raises money to improve the lives of sick children and their families. - children's hospital that provides specialized medical care to seriously ill children.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity - A children's charity helping to build a better future for seriously ill children at Great Ormond Street Hospital and beyond.
Poppy Appeal - the Royal British Legion's annual fundraising campaign that raises money to support veterans and their families.
London Youth Theatre - a youth theatre company that provides a safe space for young people to explore their creativity and be empowered to use the arts for wider social change.
Cambridge Youth Panel - a youth-led organisation that gives young people a voice in local decision-making.
FXP Festival - a free computer game design and build competition for secondary school and college students.
Middleton Village Hall - a village hall where groups and schools organise educational or recreational activities.
Friends of Welcombe Hills School - a parent association that raises money to support the children and families with special educational needs and disabilities at Welcombe Hills School.