‘Tis the season to be jolly, and charitable, so we’ve rounded up a few of our favourite charity Christmas projects. We’d love to hear which ones have struck a chord with you, or which you’ve been involved in! Tweet us @amzpr.
Crisis Christmas Party
This is a great way of building an easy fundraising ask into a season packed with pre-planned, cause-ready activities. Great to see it has been well promoted on social media by party-throwers and party-goers alike using #crisisxmasparty.
Sainsbury’s and Mog for Save the Children
Sainsbury’s has pulled off another great charity tie-in, with a huge amount of editorial as well as advertising-led exposure for Mog’s Christmas Calamity with Judith Kerr, raising funds for Save the Children.24 Lever Street Manchester – with Wood Street Mission
A beautiful offline project, with a giant calendar on the side of 24 Lever Street in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. Each window will reveal a design created by local designers and illustrators which will then be sold to raise funds for Wood Street Mission, a charity helping children and families living in poverty.
WWF Advent Calendar
Unveiling easily shareable content including photography, films and facts each day to prompt donations in the run up to Christmas.
#ObjectsUnwrapped – Historic Royal Palaces
A series of 24 films showing festive objects from the Historic Royal Palaces collection being unwrapped. This is a great example of just how effective simple, carefully produced films can be without breaking the bank!