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We work hard to fundraise throughout the year to offer our Christmas for Kids shows for free. The hospices and SEND schools we serve each year have limited budget for the work we do, so we rely on fundraising, grants and donations to produce and tour our shows directly to those who need them. Any size of donation large or small greatly helps our cause, and allows us to continue this important work. 

Support Our Work


Embracing Arts relies entirely on donations and grant support to fund our Christmas for Kids project every year. Every penny donated goes towards our important work with children with life-limiting illness and special educational needs. 

Why not become one of our "Christmas Crackers" by making a regular donation each month, and see your name featured on our website! You will also receive a 'Thank You' video from our puppets and an invitation to our Christmas Party, where you will see the Christmas for Kids cast and creative team, as well as the Embracing Arts management team.

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Give As You Live


Support us for free as you shop online​. This fantastic scheme has already helped us to raise over £1000 through supporters shopping at over 3,800 online retailers.

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Our Supporters

We are grateful to the following organisations for their kind generosity and support:

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Aviva Community Fund

Hargrave Hall Community Centre

Kenny Wax Productions

M&G Prudential Community Fund

The Simon Gibson Charitable Trust

Newcomen Collett Foundation

Streatham Space Project

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Celebrating our regular supporters, our 'Christmas Crackers':

Andrew Heatlie

Mike & Coral Foster

Brenda Sundin

Our Corporate Partner

We are proud to announce our partnership with Channel Facilities Management and thank them for their ongoing support.

"Events like this are so important, especially in the run up to Christmas which is a really difficult time for the families. The hospices don't have the funding to provide this kind of entertainment for the kids so to have projects like 'Christmas for Kids' coming in to do it is a godsend for them." 

Palliative Care Supervisor, London

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