We’ve received our first donations!

We’re delighted to have received our first donations towards our Board Games for a Brighter Christmas campaign.

We’re working with Friends for Families, a local charity that helps families facing financial hardship in the Sevenoaks area. We want to bring a bit of Christmas cheer to as many families as possible.

Please help us by donating a new board game

We’re asking for your help to donate new board games for children of all ages. Between now and Wednesday 29th November, you can donate new board games at our office in Chipstead, or by passing them to our advisers.

Order via Amazon 

To make it as easy as possible, we’ve also set up a ‘Wishlist’ on Amazon. You’ll find examples of games we’d  love to receive, like the ones below.

You can access the list here.

Here are a few examples of games we would love to receive:

Please make sure that all games are new, family-focused, and left unwrapped. We will wrap them all before passing them to Friends for Families to distribute.

You can find directions to our office here.

Your donation can make a real difference

We understand that this is a trying time for everyone, but even a small donation can make a big difference to a local family facing financial hardship this Christmas. Last year we were genuinely blown away by everyone’s amazing gifts. This year we would like to help even more children.

Thank you for your generosity.

We hope you’ll join us in trying to make a brighter Christmas for less fortunate children.

You can learn more about the great work that Friends for Families do here.

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