If you are looking for Christmas cards that will make a real difference for charity, then look no further than the new range from The Children’s Trust.
These delightful cards, with a variety of designs and seasonal greetings to suit all tastes include three twin packs. All are available to purchase from £3.95 with every pack containing ten high quality cards.
Proceeds from the sale of The Children’s Trust Christmas cards, will help children with brain injury at the specialist rehabilitation centre in Tadworth Surrey, and across the UK. Children like Tommy
At just three years old Tommy suffered a horrific accident resulting in a severe brain injury, leaving him unable to walk or talk. After his accident Tommy came to The Children’s Trust where he underwent specialist rehabilitation. Gradually an incredible transformation took place, with Tommy first learning to sit, then to crawl and finally to walk and talk again. Tommy is just one of 40,000 children a year in the UK who acquire a brain injury.
You can view and to order online, visit
or order by phone on 01372 389943. Alternatively, pop into one of The Children’s Trust’s charity shops across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. Don’t delay, order your cards today and help make a difference! The last date for ordering to ensure you get your Christmas cards before Christmas is 16th December.
About The Children’s Trust
The Children's Trust is the UK's leading charity for children with brain injury.
Every year we support thousands of children and families right across the country.
We provide rehabilitation to help children make the best recovery possible after a serious accident or illness, both at our national specialist centre in Tadworth, Surrey and in the community. We run a special school for children with profound and multiple learning difficulties and provide transitional medical care to children with complex health needs. We have an extensive research programme and provide online support for families all over the UK.
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