There are many ways you can support the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust this Christmas
Send a Christmas Card
This year, the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust has made the decision to concentrate on our virtual Christmas cards instead of the traditional paper ones as we are keen to do our bit for the environment. We do have some paper Christmas cards still available to buy as well though so the choice is yours!
We appreciate however that Christmas cards can be a lovely way of letting people know you are thinking about them at Christmas, so whether you send virtual or paper cards, you can get both from the links below.
It is easy to do. Simply go to the link below and follow the instructions. We have a number of card designs to choose from, both modern and more traditional. Why not think about donating the money that you would have spent on buying cards and stamps to the charity at the same time.
Could you join us for our annual Christmas Jumpers event? It is a simple event to hold and great fun too! Whether it is at school, work, a social night or at nursery, it is easy to take part. You could even do a virtual event if it needs to be (following the latest social distancing guidance).
Virtual Quiz Night
Pull up a chair, grab a cuppa (or a glass of something you fancy) and join us on Friday 4th December at 6:30pm for a family quiz full of festive fun. There will be questions included for all ages.
Stars of Light
This year, the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust would like to give parents, families and friends a chance to honour their child or loved one who is sadly no longer here. We are proud to be able to launch our first ever Stars of Light campaign where we can honour those that are sadly missed.
We are delighted to announce our first ever Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust Treecycle campaign. Christmas is a time of year for family and friends and of course the all-important Christmas tree. We all love a real tree until the time comes to dispose of it after Christmas. instead of having all those Christmas tree needles in the back of your car, why not ask the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust to collect it from you?
Worcester Cathedral Christmas Tree 2020
Last year was the first year that the Grace Kelly Childhood Cancer Trust had a Christmas tree at Worcester Cathedral. We are excited to have our tree returning to the cathedral again this year and would love your children's help in decorating it please.
GKCCT is giving businesses and their employees the chance to do Secret Santa with a twist this year by giving a gift that will really make a difference. Instead of buying novelty gifts GKCCT is asking workers to embrace the true spirit of Christmas and make a donation to the charity – sure in the knowledge that every penny goes directly towards their work in raising awareness of childhood cancer.
You can either make a donation and dedicate a gift on our virtual page or you can make a donation direct to the charity. There is also a gift certificate (colour and mono version) to download which you can give to your recipient.