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Christmas is meant to be a time of happiness. A time to enjoy the company of our loved ones and to celebrate all we have.
For children in care however, Christmas is a time that brings back memories of trauma and neglect, memories that can completely ruin the joy of the festive season.
With your help this Christmas, we can support more vulnerable children and their hard-working foster carers by bringing a Pyjama Angel into their homes and lives.
Our Pyjama Angels are very special individuals who give their time and love to children who so desperately need it.
Whilst our Pyjama Angels are selfless, volunteering their time and their love to children who truly need it, there is still a significant financial cost to making this possible. There is major cost to our Foundation to recruit, screen, train and support each of these life-changing Pyjama Angels. This is why we’re calling on your help today.
Please help us to support children in care by donating generously this Christmas and together we can work towards making sure that every child in care has the Christmas and future they truly deserve.
When you donate $50 or more, you will receive a special gold or silver angel ornament to hang on your Christmas tree, a symbol of your contribution towards sponsoring an Angel and helping change the direction of one little life this Christmas.
*Please note all donations made after 19 December will receive their angel ornaments in 2019.
Thank you to our Corporate Christmas Sponsors:
Christmas is meant to be a time of joy. A time to enjoy the company of our loved ones and to celebrate all we have.
For children in care however, Christmas is a time that brings back memories of trauma and neglect, memories that can destroy their fragile lives and break their hearts.
With your help this Christmas, we can support more vulnerable children and their ‘over stretched’ foster carers by bringing a Pyjama Angel into each of their homes and lives.