Throw a Kidsmas Party, have fun and raise money for vulnerable children!

Whether at work, school or your local club – come together this Christmas and enjoy the magic and excitement of a Kidsmas party!

Christmas should be a truly magical time for all children but sadly, abuse, mental health and family issues mean a lot of children are suffering and vulnerable at Christmas, and all year round. That’s why we’re calling it Kidsmas. Take Christmas back to what it should be – celebrating with friends and family, and giving – let’s look after children who need our help at this important time of year. 

Sign up today for your free Kidsmas Party fundraising pack – full of festive fun and games, and tips to raise money to give vulnerable children a brighter future.

We believe in the power of Christmas as a time for people to come together, to light up vulnerable children’s lives with hope and support.

Sign up today for your free Kidsmas Party pack!

Your pack will be full of cracking fundraising ideas and fun games for your Party, including:

  • Pin the carrot on the snowman game
  • The Great Kidsmas Quiz of 2019
  • The Snowman Sweepstake

Where will you host your Kidsmas Party?

Your fundraising helps children across the country. Children like Charlie*.

When project worker Lauren met Charlie, he struggled to cope with his responsibilities at home. He’d taken on most of the chores and care for his sister Lily after his mum was diagnosed with a back condition. Having someone to talk to transformed Charlie’s well-being.

Charlie, a young carer
I see Charlie's incredible strength and resilience. But I have also seen first-hand the immense pressures on him, and the devastating effects they can have.​​​

Lauren

Project Worker

*Charlie's story is true but his name has been changed and a model used to protect his identity.

Find out more

  • Kidsmas Snowman

    Create your own Kidsmas Snowman and make a big difference.

  • Donate

    Help children have a magical Christmas and make a donation this Kidsmas.

  • Get in touch

    Have questions? Talk to our friendly Supporter Relations team.