Christmas Decorators has taken its tinsel and baubles to Aberdeen to support a local children’s hospital.
The interior decorating franchise will be taking part in The Archie Foundation’s Christmas Fundraising Tree Auction in support of the Royal Aberdeen Children’s Hospital. The charitable foundation has invested in a variety of trees and is calling on local businesses to sponsor and decorate them.
When all the trees have been given their finishing touches, they’ll go on display at Marischal Square Atrium in Aberdeen for the Christmas period. Then, they’ll be auctioned off and the funds raised will go back into The Archie Foundation.
The charity’s Gifts and Donations Officer, Lynne Brookes, explained:
This is a great opportunity to support The Archie Foundation and all its work while bringing some Christmas cheer and sparkle to the centre of Aberdeen.
Christmas Decorators will be doing what it does best during the fundraising event. The franchise’s Director, Charlotte Garvie, said:
I’m delighted to be taking part in this appeal for the Archie Foundation and can’t wait to see all the trees on display in Marischal Square for such a good cause. The magic of Christmas is particularly aimed at children, and for them to be away from home in hospital at this time must be so hard.
This is my way of helping to spread that little bit of festive cheer to make things a little easier, and hopefully bring a smile to young patients and their families at this difficult time.
If you’d like to get involved in The Archie Foundation’s charity tree decorating event, you can email Lynne at firstname.lastname@example.org. But you’ll have to be quick - there’s a limited number of trees available!
Becky Martin, Point Franchise ©