Orchard Toys donates Christmas Eve boxes to NSPCC


Norfolk based Orchard Toys is donating its NEW for 2022 Christmas Eve Box to the NSPCC, Together for Childhood, project and its four local community sites in Glasgow, Grimsby, Stoke on Trent and Plymouth.

Each local Together for Childhood project will ensure the games are given out to local families, in the way that best suits the needs of their community.

For every Christmas Eve Box purchased online at orchardtoys.com throughout November, Orchard Toys will match it with a like for like donation to the NSPCC, ensuring the gifts reach children in plenty of time for Christmas. The 3-in-1 Christmas themed box set includes a festive lotto game, a 30-piece jigsaw and a 12-page activity book, aimed at children aged three to six years and costs £14.

Together for Childhood is a long-term NSPCC project working with local communities to make them safer for children. Their work focuses on helping to prevent abuse and neglect and supporting children and families.

Grace Dench, NSPCC Corporate Partnerships Manager, says: “The generosity from Orchard Toy’s and its customers will mean some of our youngest vulnerable children will have something to enjoy on Christmas Day.

“Every community is different. That’s why each Together for Childhood site is run by a local team. They work to strengthen and build relationships between partner organisations such as local authorities, charities and schools. Working with the community, the partners in each Together for Childhood area look at what’s working well, how organisations are working together and what can be done to build on that”.