From lil rabbit’s Christmas cards for StreetVet, to a beer advent calendar supporting The Beatson Cancer Charity, here are nine products and product ranges raising funds and awareness for good causes this festive season.
lil wabbit Christmas cards for StreetVet
StreetVet has collaborated with sustainable small paper brand lil wabbit, to launch a StreetVet Christmas range of cards, gift tags and wrapping paper, featuring eight hand painted portraits of some of the charity’s registered pet patients from across the UK. 50% of each sale from the range will support the charity’s work with pets and owners experiencing homelessness. The cards are available in 15 stores across the country on lilwabbit.co.uk and Etsy. Artist Hercule van Wolfwinkle has also been raising funds for the charity this year, with his ‘rubbish pet portraits’.
JMB Consulting #BAMEOnline 2022 Wall Calendar
The JMB Consulting 2022 Wall Calendar showcases the conversations at #BAMEOnline 2021, illustrated by Esme Hemmings, and priced at £19.99. Each month will inspire people to continue putting anti-racism at the heart of their practice.
Flamenco Queen Amaryllis for the Huntington’s Disease Association
The Huntington’s Disease Association has partnered up with Marshalls Garden to offer the Flamenco Queen Amaryllis as it celebrates its 50th anniversary. The amaryllis flower is the charity’s logo and a recognised symbol for Huntington’s disease around the world. Purchasing this special 50th anniversary commemorative amaryllis will help raise awareness and all the proceeds from sales will support the work of the charity.
Glasgow Craft Beer Advent Calendar
The 2021 Glasgow Craft Beer Advent Calendar features five Glasgow craft breweries, 24 Glasgow craft beers, and a calendar designed by Adrian McMurchie. The calendar is supporting The Beatson Cancer Charity. £2 from each box goes directly to The Beatson.
Fat Face Christmas range for Shelter
Fat Face’s Christmas collaboration with Shelter launches this month, and includes PJs, festive knits and gift ideas for all the family. 10% of sales of these items will be donated to the charity.
Artist-designed t-shirts & card for Help for Heroes
Plymouth-based Army veteran-turned-artist Kevin Preston has partnered with Help for Heroes to design two T-shirts and a fundraising Christmas card. He has already sold three paintings in aid of Help for Heroes, created artwork for Help for Heroes’ gig boats and taken part in the Help for Heroes Creative Force Exhibition in London. He has now created artwork for two new Help for Heroes t-shirt designs, one with the phrase ‘Chuffed to NAAFI Breaks’. The second design features a group of servicemen and women, titled ‘Forward Together’.
Advent of Change Christmas crackers
This year Advent of Change is offering Christmas crackers. In sets of six, each cracker includes a charity donation bauble outlining which charity has been supported and how their donation is making a difference, a joke written by one of 24 celebrities, and a silver tissue paper hat. Priced at £19.99 for a box of six, 80% of the proceeds go to charity, and they’re also plastic free.
John Lewis Christmas jumper
The jumper worn by Nathan in this year’s John Lewis Christmas ad is being sold in shops as well as online in mens, women’s and children sizes, with prices ranging from £14- £29. John Lewis is donating 10% of profits from each jumper sold, equally shared between its Give A Little Love charities FareShare and Home-Start UK.
Londis Ireland Christmas cards for LauraLynn
Londis Ireland has launched its range of Christmas cards, which support its official charity partner, LauraLynn Children’s Hospice. The cards are designed by children and all proceeds go to the charity.