A Dorset-based charity has initiated an inventive Christmas campaign, aiming to gather £10,000 this season to aid bereaved children throughout Dorset. The local law firm, Blanchards Bailey, is collaborating with the charity Mosaic – which assists bereaved children – in this pioneering partnership. They have worked alongside Fathom, a local branding agency, to create a festive campaign video. This production features children, festive jumpers, and a magnificently orchestrated light display captured by a drone.
Ben Jones, a partner at Blanchards Bailey, commented, “We’ve produced this festive film to highlight the remarkable efforts of Mosaic, to promote awareness of their services, and to encourage contributions to Mosaic’s Christmas appeal. Instead of sending Christmas cards and gifts to our clients and contacts this year, we’re opting to make a special donation to the Mosaic Christmas Appeal.”
Mosaic’s seasonal fundraising activities are crucial for providing a year-round therapy programme for children and young adults dealing with bereavement or the impending loss of a loved one. Mosaic also conducts fundraising events to further support their services.
Jo Revill, the CEO of Mosaic, stated, “This Christmas, we urge you to click, donate, support, and share to make a positive impact on a bereaved child’s life. Any contribution you make, whether it’s the equivalent of your Christmas card expenses, one less box of chocolates, the cost of a hot chocolate, or anything else you can spare, will be immensely helpful.”
Mosaic has a long history of supporting bereaved families and also offers opportunities for children and young people to engage in new activities, such as rock climbing and sailing, while forming connections with others in similar circumstances.
Last year, the charity assisted over 400 children and young people who had experienced bereavement. Mosaic also provides bereavement training in schools across Dorset and organises various other activities to support their mission.
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