This year, Christmas FM will be raising awareness and funds for Barnardos.

We plan to raise €250,000 to help change the lives of 5,000 children living in poverty. Funds raised will be used to provide targeted and intensive support for children most in need – providing nutritious food, support with education, and therapeutic services with our trained support teams.

Donate or call us on 0818 911 977

Help with a Fundraiser?
Do you want to get your office, school, college, or business involved in fundraising for Christmas FM’s charity partner Barnardos and be part of the efforts? Find out how to help by contacting the Barnardos fundraising team at [email protected] or calling us on 353 1 453 0355

€50 Could cover a month of warm, nutritious breakfasts for a vulnerable child

€100 Could help a child be warm again, by providing a Winter Warmer pack with a waterproof coat, hat, gloves and scarf

€250 Could help a child access education by purchasing books, school supplies and educational resources for our After School homework clubs to help a child believe in themselves and their future 

€500 Can help a child hope for their future by providing 10 hours of intensive family support to ensure a family has the coping skills and supports they need to succeed

Barnardos is Ireland’s leading children’s charity, working to give vulnerable children living in disadvantaged communities a better chance – because childhood lasts a lifetime.
 
Barnardos is a trauma informed organisation working directly with about 18,000 children and their families every year across our 45 projects.
 
We work with vulnerable children and families who have been affected by traumatic life events such as abuse, parental mental health, neglect, separation, bereavement & addiction.
 
At Barnardos, we believe that childhood lasts a lifetime and what we experience as children will ultimately shape the adults we become, which is why early intervention is so important in our work.
 
To find out more about Barnardos visit www.barnardos.ie or follow us on social media