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Christmas for Colleagues

This Christmas your business can ensure no family in Scotland must face the death of their child alone.

CHAS Christmas Fundraising for Corporates

Whether you and your colleagues are working from home, or your usual business premises, there are so many ways you can make this Christmas count for Scotland’s most vulnerable families.

  • Virtual Christmas quiz - this year has certainly proven that everyone loves a quiz! All you need to do is find some questions online, choose a quiz master, gather up some prizes and you're all set.
  • Christmas night out - don't let restrictions spoil the fun! Why not host a virtual Christmas party for your colleagues and donate what you would have spent on a venue or meal out to families needing the most support this Christmas.
  • Festive Friday - wear something festive on Friday 11th December and donate £2 each, you'll be surprised how quickly it adds-up!

For more ideas download our **Festive Fundraising Pack** (3MB, PDF).


And don't forget to **get in touch** - email RachaelMcDonald@chas.org.uk so we can support and promote your amazing activities!

With your help...

  • £750 Could pay for a whole week of festive-themed online activity sessions with families across Scotland. Keeping little hands and minds busy, and creating wonderful memories!
  • £1,000 Could pay for all the food from Christmas to New Year's Day for families spending the festive period at one of our Hospices - ensuring they can spend the most magical Christmas together, even if it may be their last.
  • £5,650 Could pay for Christmas Eve at one of our Hospices - giving families the most magical experiences, even during the hardest times.

The joy you give


Jaxon was born on 23 December 2017, the loveliest Christmas gift! Sadly, a few weeks later, he was diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy and a neuro-degenerative disorder, illnesses which would mean that he would die very young. That's when CHAS stepped in.

CHAS was there for us to lift us up through the most difficult of times. They cared for Jaxon and allowed me to be a mum to Jaxon's big brother Antony. CHAS were there for us when Jaxon died aged just 13 months in Rachel House, a place he loved. They helped me find strength in my darkest hour.

That's why the team at CHAS are so amazing. And that's why I'm asking you to make a donation so they can be there for more families like mine.

No family should have to face the death of their child alone.

Thanks to CHAS, I didn't have to.

Thank you for making this possible.

Love from Lisa, Jaxon's mum

If you want to talk to someone about your own situation or find out more about our services, please get in touch: