This Yule Open Ritual, PF-London will be doing a special collection for St George’s Hospital Charity!
St. George’s Hospital Charity funds extra medical equipment and facilities for St George’s Hospital and Queen Mary’s Hospital to make a difference to the lives of patients under their care.
We are holding a Children’s Toy Appeal, which aims to provide each baby, child and teenager staying at St George’s Hospital with a gift – whether it is for a religious or spiritual occasion, a birthday, or any other celebration to make their stay away from home a little easier.
To help us with this, we’ll be accepting toy donations at our Yule Open Ritual. So please, if you can spare it, please bring along a toy to add to the Children’s Toy Appeal and help make this time of year a little better for all the children who are ill in hospital and unable to celebrate Christmas and the Yuletide season at home.
New, packaged toys are best and will be used for presents, for the children.
Secondhand toys will either be added to the hospital waiting rooms or sold on the St George’s Hospital Charity stall, to raise money.
If you can’t bring a toy, then you can still donate with money, if you wish to. All toys and donations will be taken to St. George’s Hospital Charity, the day after the open ritual.
If you can’t make it to the open ritual, but still want to help, you can make a monetary donation by texting GEOR35 £5 to 70070
You can also drop gifts off your self, to the charity Fundraising Office in Grosvenor Wing, St George’s Hospital, Blackshaw Road, London SW17 0QT.
You can out more about St George’s Hospital Charity and their Toy Appeal, here
We really hope that lots of you will join us at our Yule Open Ritual and help us to make it not just a brilliant evening for everyone there, but also a happier Yuletide for London’s sick children.
Details of our Yule Open Ritual
Date: Thursday, December 21st
Time: Arrive at 7.30pm for an 8pm start
Venue: Conway Hall, Red Lion Square, Holborn
Nearest Tube: Holborn (Central Line, Piccadilly Line)
Entry fee: £5 (for PF members & concessions), £6 for all others.
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