Spread joy this December by nominating a family to win a Christmas hamper

Christmas cheer is being spread early this year, with an Irish hamper company donating lots of hampers filled with toys and treats to deserving children. 

The company behind the initiative, ToyHampers.ie, are looking for the public to nominate individuals, families, or children’s charities that would welcome a hamper this Christmas. 

It is the second annual giveaway. Last year, recipients ranged from the Ronald McDonald Charity, Laura Lynn Foundation, to the Women’s Refuge in Tallaght and lots of very deserving children including Emily aged 7, who is now in remission after a long battle with Leukaemia. 

Every Friday until December 20 they will surprise someone with a hamper filled with books, toys and educational games. They have teamed up with SweetToothHampers.ie to add some delicious treats to the hampers. 

Derek Quinn, Managing Director of Toy Hampers explained why they decided to do the giveaway again this year: “We ran the giveaway last year and had a fantastic response. It was an honour to meet some of Ireland’s best children’s charities and some amazing and deserving children. This year we are starting early and hope to bring some joy to children and families in need this Christmas.” 

The team at Toy Hampers are looking for you to nominate a deserving charity, family or individual. You can nominate at www.ToyHampers.ie



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