Be a Secret Santa for a vulnerable child this Christmas

Be a Secret Santa for a vulnerable child this Christmas

See how becoming a Secret Santa will make a difference to children like Lily this Christmas.

How Action for Children helps

For most of us, the festive season is a time of joy. But there are children in the UK who face a Christmas without food, warmth or love.

At Action for Children we’re working to change this – and we need your help. This is why we’re asking you to be a Secret Santa for a vulnerable child this Christmas.

In 2017 Action for Children helped 300,000 children and young people, working in communities to support young carers, children who have suffered abuse and those who are homeless, among others. We need 25,000 Santas to make sure we reach children like this all over the UK and you can be one of them!

Lissie’s Story

Some young people have never experienced a real Christmas before. But foster carers like Lissie help make it a time of laughter and love.

The word is spreading

Each time we recruit a new Santa, another part of our map lights up.

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Secret Santas

Our latest recruit

Letters from Santa

Read messages left by our Secret Santas

Secret santa letter

No child should be without a Christmas dinner.

Julie
Dancing-Tinsel

Every child should have the right to a happy life...be safe warm and loved no matter what 😍

Haley
Mulled-Pants

We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.

Rickneet
Dancing-Pants

Make a difference to a child's Christmas and help light up a smile on December the 25th

Paul
Spicy-Pants

Wow, I'm Santa... shush, it's a secret!

Sarah
Mulled-Boots

By donating however much, we show children there are good people who care about them.

Sara
Singing-Cracker

A worthy cause hopefully making life safer, warmer and more enjoyable for kids out there x

Paula
Glowing-Pants

To see a child's face light up at this time of year is a wonderful thing.

Carol
Glowing-Sprig

Let’s make Christmas merry for everyone!

Joanna
Jolly-Socks

Merry Christmas, please give generously to this great charity!

Suzie
Starry-Spring