Cash For Kids | Mission Christmas

Christmas is quickly approaching, and while we’re excited here at Miller Metcalfe, it can be a difficult time of year for millions of children and parents across the country.

That is why we are on a mission to ensure every child has a happy Christmas. We’ve teamed up with Cash for Kids to collect as many toys as possible, to go to disadvantaged children across the UK. You can help us by simply donating a toy at any Miller Metcalfe branch. Together, we can make a difference! 

What can I donate?

0 – 3 Years
Teddies, musical toys, rattles, My First Toys, books, play mats

3 – 5 Years
Cars, Dolls, Jigsaws, Dress-Up Items, Playdoh, Colouring Books and Pencils

5 – 7 Years
Lego, Art & Craft Sets, Skipping Ropes, Make-Your-Own Photo Frames, Snow Globes, Jewellery Sets, Action Figures, Children’s Board Games

7 – 9 Years
Footballs, Board Games, Remote-control Toys

9 -12 Years
Board Games, Make-Up Sets, Nail Varnish

12 – 18 Years

We know that teenagers can be difficult to buy for, in fact, they are the age group that tend to get the least donations. Here are a few ideas to help you out:

Toiletries, Electrical Items (Straighteners, Mini Speakers), Aftershave and Perfumes, Jewellery, Puzzles, Make-up, Books, Lunch Boxes, Duvet Sets

Drop-off points

You can drop gifts off at any of our branches. All gifts must be new and unwrapped and sent by December 19th!

Find your local branch here.

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