Learning with Parents is taking part in the Christmas Challenge to raise £20,000 in just one week! These funds will be used to scale our reach and provide more support to disadvantaged children and their families. This support will be especially impactful as we enter the cost-of-living crisis, which threatens to increase the inequality gap.
Donations to the project, Supporting all families to engage in learning, will be generously matched by The Big Give’s Champions during the campaign, meaning your money can support twice as many disadvantaged families.
Funds raised during this campaign will be used to create videos of activities and games that will be used to support learning at home for over 8,000 families. They will also support ongoing tech developments needed to provide our home learning programme to families.
Tom Harbour, CEO at Learning with Parents:
“This year we’re looking to raise a total of £20,000. In order to access the £10,000 we have in the matching pot, we need to raise £10,000 in online donations. These donations will make a vital contribution towards our goal of ensuring that every child is supported at home to achieve their full potential.”
How can you get involved?
- Visit theBigGive.org.uk and make a donation from 12pm (midday) on #GivingTuesday (Tuesday, 29th November). The campaign will close at 12pm on Tuesday, 6th December.
- Set a reminder and add our campaign page – Supporting all families – to it so you remember not to miss your chance to double your donation!
- Share our campaign! Click here to post straight to Twitter, or you can use one of our social media post templates to spread the word.
About The Christmas Challenge
Big Give runs the UK’s biggest match funding campaign, the Christmas Challenge.
For seven days, it offers supporters of participating charities the opportunity to have their donations doubled. Founded by entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Alec Reed CBE, the Christmas Challenge has raised millions of pounds for thousands of charity projects since it first launched on the Big Give in 2008.
#ChristmasChallenge22 // One donation, twice the impact