You can support Candlelighters this Christmas by opting in to take part in our Share A Card scheme!

The Share a Card is a large A4 card, which can make its way around your work place, family, friends and groups, enabling each individual to write and personalise their own festive message.

This year our Share A Card has been designed by Maja, age 8!

The card can then either be proudly on show in a communal area, or you can take it in turns to have it on display in your home. Share A Card saves buying, writing and sending individual cards. Instead you can all write your well wishes in one card and donate the money you would have spent to Candlelighters.

It is a great way to support families facing childhood cancer in the season of sharing and giving.

On signing up you will receive a pack in November, which has everything you need to get going, including a large A4 sized Christmas card,  letter, poster and a cardboard collection box.

If you are interested in reserving and ordering your Share A Card in support of Candlelighters, please email or call us on 0113 322 9283


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