Celebrate the festive season and support the Health Charity this Christmas

Give a gift with meaning this Christmas and support the Health Charity!

The Breast Centre neck tube – also known as a neck warmer or a buff can be worn in a number of ways. Around the neck as a scarf, as a bandana, beanie, hairband or as a face mask. Perfect for outdoor use for runners, walkers, hikers and cyclists. £5

PROP Appeal foldable bag and PROP Appeal water bottles. £3.50 each

Beebombs – the perfect gift for the gardeners in your life, sow a wildflower area in your garden easily with a beebomb seedbomb with funds raised going towards Our Orchard. £8

The Breast Centre foldable bag and The Breast Centre water bottles. £3.50 each

Bee print scarves in turquoise, navy, pink and mustard with funds raised going to Our Orchard. £12

Cardiff & Vale Health Charity neck tube – also known as a neck warmer or a buff can be worn in a number of ways. Around the neck as a scarf, as a bandana, beanie, hairband or as a face mask. Perfect for outdoor use for runners, walkers, hikers and cyclists. £5

To purchase any of these items please email fundraising.cav@wales.nhs.uk

Christmas Jumper Day

Grab your finest knitwear, dress up this December and help raise money for the Health Charity, on our Christmas Sweater Day, Friday 13th December.

The Heath Charity will be awarding a prize for the best dressed department this year. To be in with a chance of winning, please send your pictures to fundraising.cav@wales.nhs.uk

Christmas Cards

This year we’re inviting people to donate the price of a pack of Christmas cards to the Health Charity instead of buying them which not only helps raise money for us but it also helps the environment too!

Every single penny from your donations helps to make things better for patients.

You can also donate and download a unique e-card to send to your friends and family here: https://www.dontsendmeacard.com/ecard/PFdX

Christmas Toy Appeal

Help raise some smiles this Christmas and donate to our Toy Appeal.   The gifts will help looked after children who would not normally receive a gift at Christmas. Please help if you can.

Christmas Giving to Patients

Did you know that the Health Charity gives money to every ward throughout our hospitals to buy presents for patients staying on the wards at Christmastime.  A total of 2,043 gifts will be wrapped and presented to patients this Christmas.  Look out for these stickers on Christmas presents during the festive period.