Christmas Hope is Prison Fellowship’s annual project to send a Christmas card to each prisoner in Northern Ireland and to provide hampers and toys for families at a time of year when prisoners’ relatives can feel alone, forgotten and under extra financial pressure.
Last year, with the help of many volunteers about 412 food hampers and 481 toy parcels were packed and delivered, making a huge difference for many of these families.
Each food hamper is worth around £50 and is made up of various items listed overleaf. Toys are all new and for children aged 0-16.
Christmas Hope is a very practical way of demonstrating God’s love. All new family contacts will be offered ongoing support by PF family workers in the New Year.
We believe every child deserves a new gift at Christmas so we are unable to accept used or second-hand items for Christmas Hope.
Suitable for all age groups:
Suggested gift list for children and young people include:
Unfortunately, we cannot accept any food or toy items, not on the prescribed list. Please ensure all food items are new and in date and that all toys are new without wrapping.
To ensure Christmas delivery all items must be received by noon on,
Monday 3rd December 2018.
Christmas Hope depends on the generosity of churches and individuals who provide:
Prison Fellowship also depends on volunteers who give their time to: