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Actress and Barnardos Ambassador Amy Huberman has joined Barnardos Christmas appeal today calling on the public to help Make a Child’s Spirit Bright this Christmas.
Actress and Barnardos Ambassador Amy Huberman has joined Barnardos Christmas appeal today calling on the public to help Make a Child’s Spirit Bright this Christmas. Barnardos works with over 15,300 children and families in 40 centres throughout Ireland every year. Additional pressure is put on families at this time of the year - with the support of the public Barnardos can ease the burden at Christmas time.
Every year Barnardos works to ensure that each child they work with experiences the magic and hope of Christmas by:
Speaking of the campaign, Amy Huberman said: "Christmas is such a special time, especially for children and as much as we wish it to be a magical time for everyone, it can be an incredibly difficult and stressful time for some families. If you feel you would like to help, you can spread the gift of some Christmas magic to children and their families around Ireland by donating online".
Barnardos Director of Fundraising, Mary Gamble said: “Our mission is to help transform the lives of children through our services; by supporting parents and by challenging society where it fails children. Each year we work with more children than ever before and this year we reached over 15,300 children and their families across the country. Each and every child deserves to feel safe and loved, and to experience the innocence and joy that Christmas brings. Help us make a child’s spirit bright this Christmas and donate what you can at www.barnardos.ie/christmas.”
Barnardos depends on donations from the public to enable them to do their work. Please donate what you can today to help a vulnerable child this Christmas, and beyond.