Send children a personalised Santa’s letter online. This year Santa has gone digital to support Irish children’s charities. For just €5, you can send your letter online. And even better each letter sent includes a charitable donation.
She came to Barnardos earlier this year for support with anxiety. She lives with her Mam, Sandra, and her little brother Mark, who is only eight, in a room in a shared house. They all sleep on air mattresses. Due to the lack of rental properties on the market at the moment, it was the best living arrangement available to them.Read her story
They are having to decide between feeding themselves and their children, using the electricity or putting on the heating; an especially difficult decision when you have children.
Barnardos’ services are under enormous pressure. Our staff across the country are reporting a significant increase in families who are going hungry, who are living in cold homes and anxious about using the cooker or washing machine, for fear of a massive bill. Barnardos do not want to have to turn away from any child or family.100 days
Give the Gift of Childhood to those who need it most, because every child deserves Magic at Christmas’
Christmas FM is aiming to raise over €1,000,000 between 2022 and 2024 for the charities - Barnardos, Barretstown, Make-a-Wish Ireland and The Community Foundation for Ireland.Listen here
As part of ALDI’s ongoing Partnership with Barnardos supporting Early Years and Family Services, ALDI are generously donating a portion of each sales from a selection of Christmas cards this year.
The Charity Christmas Cards are on sale in stores from – 10th November.Aldi