Merseyside Police believes that every child deserves to receive a Christmas present, but we know that not every child has a gift for them under the Christmas Tree.
You can really help make a child's Christmas by sending them a gift, even if they don't know who the gift is from.
Our idea is simple but we need your help.
When you are buying your presents this year, can you afford to buy an extra one for a child who otherwise might not receive a gift? It doesn't have to be expensive, small gestures can make a huge difference to a child who might otherwise go without.
You can donate your gifts at a number of different stations across Merseyside. Our 'elves' will then pick them up and deliver them to where they are needed most, and you will have the satisfaction of knowing your generosity is making a child's Christmas better.
All you need to do is email [email protected] by Friday 2nd December with the following details so that we can allocate a child for you to buy for (our elves want to make sure that every child gets a present that’s perfect for them!)
- Contact telephone number
- How many gifts you would like to give
- Which police station is most convenient for you to leave the gift(s) at:
Wallasey – Mon-Sat 8am-10pm
Marsh Lane - Mon – Sat 8am-10pm
Southport - Mon-Sat 8am-10pm and Sun 8am-5pm
Huyton – Mon-Sat 8am-10pm and Sun 8am-5pm
Newton Le Willows – Mon-Sat 8am-10pm
Walton Lane – Mon-Sat 8am-10pm
Speke – Mon-Sat 8am-10pm
Police Headquarters – Mon-Fri 8am-6pm
Police Headquarters gatehouse – 24 hours 7 days
If you have any further questions about how the Christmas Tree Project works please email the team at the email address above.
We would like to thank you in advance for taking the time to do something special that will help make a young person feel loved this Christmas.
Image: Designed by Finn from Irby Primary School