Grab a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie, switch on the fairy lights and treat yourself to a cosy and heart-warming evening’s entertainment with Hft and guest compere Annabel Giles.
Sit back and enjoy breath-taking performances by the world-renowned Choir of Magdalen College, Oxford (conducted by Mark Williams) and seasonal readings by guest speakers Juliet Stevenson CBE and Michael Pennington; all complemented by festive appearances from some of Hft’s own performers and a special welcome from HRH The Princess Royal.
However you’re celebrating this winter, Hft’s Winter Warmer is guaranteed to leave you feeling festive. Even better, every single penny we raise will help ensure the ongoing safety and well being of people with learning disabilities and autism, and the key workers who support them.
So grab your favourite Christmas jumper, get together with friends and loved ones and raise a glass of mulled wine to Hft, each other and the end of 2020!
Hft’s Winter Warmer is free to join and one booking covers your entire household. However, in this time of crisis your support is more important to us than ever so please include a donation if you can. All money raised will help ensure the ongoing safety and wellbeing of people with learning disabilities and autism and the key workers who support them throughout these difficult times. Please give generously if you are able.
£10 could cover the cost of your ticket and help to protect people with learning disabilities and autism through these challenging times.
£25 could go towards a month’s membership for someone with a learning disability and/or autism to access our Luv2MeetU friendship service to help reduce loneliness and social isolation.
£50 could help us be there for even more families through our Family Carer Support Service; helping them navigate these daunting times.
If our Winter Warmer event is not for you, there are still plenty of ways to support our work this Christmas.
Our Winter Warmer fundraising pack is full of fun and festive ideas to help you stay cosy, connect with friends and family and raise money to support people with learning disabilities.
If you’re looking for a seasonal adventure, why not take on our Santa Skydive? Everyone loves a Christmas jumper!
People with learning disabilities and autism are still very much at risk during the pandemic. All donations to our urgent pandemic appeal will be very much appreciated.