Christmas Appeal 2013

Christmas Cards

Choose from: Robin Redbreast, Berries In The Snow, Winter Village, The Nativity, Madonna & Child, Pretty Deer

 

Ordering details

As well as ordering online you can also purchase all of our products using the more traditional methods below...

 

PHONE -  Call 0114 270 1723 to place an order over the phone

(all major credit and debit cards accepted)

 

EMAIL - Email Emma for a brochure    emma.damien-grint@tuberous.sclerosis.org

 

REINDEER POST - Send your brochure order form with selections and cheque to Tuberous Sclerosis Association, PO Box 4923, Sheffield, S2 9EU

Christmas Gifts

How would you feel if you knew that a family would receive an hour’s telephone support when they needed it most? Or that your gift could see a breakthrough in our fight against TSC? Well, if you’d like to give a gift with the feel good factor this year, please consider our charity gifts.

 

You’ll receive:

• A letter to the recipient telling them of your gift to them, including any personal message you may have, explaining the condition and the work of our charity

• A metal TSA pin badge

• A hand written Christmas card from the TSA

There are two gifts available:

 

£15 gift could provide

one hour’s telephone

support to a family

with a recent diagnosis

of TSC

 

£30 gift could fund a

medical researcher for one

hour in one of our labs

 

All gifts can be posted directly

to the recipient of the gift or the purchaser.

Gift items are given as an example of what the funds could buy for our charity, and are not restricted to be spent in this way.

E-Card Download

Now isn’t this a picture with festive cheer?

 

We had a competition in the summer holidays for under 16’s to draw a picture that we could be use for our first ever Christmas e-card. This entry came in from Lauren McWhinnie, aged 14, who has TSC and she is our winner…..Well done Lauren!

 

You can now download the

e-card from the website and send to all your pals and all we ask is that you make a donation to our Christmas Appeal.

 

Simple.

Christmas Poster

If you want to save some trees but still want to spread Christmas goodwill, we’ve got our “Tinsel and Crackers for TSC” posters.

 

Hang it up at the coffee machine at work and friends and colleagues can leave their holiday messages and make a donation.

 

Or you could ask your child’s teacher to put it up in the classroom.

 

It costs nothing and is delivered free to your door, it couldn’t be easier to raise awareness and vital funds for TSC.

Online Shopping

With wintery nights, snow (probably!) and outlets jam-packed with Christmas shoppers you’d be forgiven for thinking online shopping was the way to go this year!

 

With Everyclick and the Giving Machine you use their search engine to direct you to your best loved shops and, for every purchase you make, the TSA will receive a donation from

the company.

Follow Our Advent Calendar

We’ve got Christmas gifts wrapped up this year, so join us for Tinsel and Crackers for TSC. A card range to make your nearest and dearest sparkle; charitable gifts to beat away those ‘what should I buy them?’ blues; and an adorable e-card to send to warm up those chilly nights. Best of all, you can find all these delights…. ONLINE. I know, crackers isn’t it?

 

So grab the chocolates that won’t make it to Christmas day, snuggle down with a brew and take a tour of the TSA at Christmas 2013.

All cards come in packs of 10 with envelopes and cost £3.99

The message inside reads:  “With Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year”

It’s safe, super easy and costs you nothing.

 

Please think of us when you’re buying presents for the people you love this Christmas time.

 

Confused?

Ring Emma if you’d like to talk this through on 0114 270 1723

This year we’ll be having our own online Advent Calendar, and in the 25 days run up to Christmas we’ll be revealing a fact or story about TSC on our Facebook and Twitter account.

 

Want to help spread the message of TSC?

Join us on Facebook and Twitter and repost our day’s news.

 

Insert Twitter (with handle @UKTSA) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/thetsauk)