Churchers are a drop off location for Wave 105's Mission Christmas

Churchers are very pleased to be able to offer their offices as a drop off point for Wave 105's Mission Christmas.

Every child deserves to smile at Christmas and what better way then receiving a Christmas present.

The presents must not be wrapped and still be in the original packaging so that the organisers know what is inside and can allocate accordingly. 

 

 

 

Some ideas for gifts are listed below:

0-3 years

  • Teddies, musical toys, my first toys, rattles, books, play mats

3-5 years

  • Cars, dolls, jigsaws, dress up items, playdoh, colouring books and pencils

5-7 years

  • Lego, art and craft sets, skipping ropes, make your own photo frame, snow globe, jewellery set, action figures, board games

7-9 years

  • footballs, board games, remote control cars, stationery sets

9-12 years

  • board games, make up sets, nail varnish

12-18 years

  • intricate colouring books, pens, nail varnish, make up sets, smelly sets, aftershave

Organisers find there are always fewer gifts for teenage boys (11-18) and babies less than 12 months so any gifts for these groups in particular would be much appreciated.  

If you can help in any way to make a child/teenager smile at Christmas, you can find the drop off points in our reception areas.  Final date for gift drop off is 11th December 2018.

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