Dorset charity’s festive appeal supported by law firm Blanchards Bailey

A local Dorset charity has launched an innovative Christmas campaign to try to raise £10,000 this year to support bereaved children across Dorset.

Dorset law firm Blanchards Bailey are supporting the charity Mosaic – supporting bereaved children in a ground-breaking partnership. They worked with Fathom, local branding agency to produce a Christmas campaign video and the production involved children, festive jumpers and a brilliantly coordinated light spectacular with a drone.

Ben Jones, partner at Blanchards Bailey said: “We created this special festive film to celebrate the amazing work that Mosaic do, help raise awareness of the services they provide and encourage donations to Mosaic’s Christmas appeal.
Rather than sending Christmas cards and gifts to clients and contacts this year, we will be making a special donation to Mosaic’s Christmas Appeal.”

Seasonal fundraising events enable Mosaic to offer a year-long programme of therapy for children and young people who have been bereaved or who are facing the loss of a loved one.

Mosaic also runs fundraising activities to do more to meet the demand for their services.

Jo Revill – CEO at Mosaic added: “This Christmas, Mosaic is asking you to click – donate – support – share – to help make a difference to a bereaved child.
Anything you can afford will help, whether it’s the cost of cards this Christmas, one less box of chocolates, the price of a hot chocolate or anything you can afford will help.”

Mosaic has been helping bereaved families for many years, and also offers opportunities to children & young people for them to try new activities from rock climbing to sailing while building relationships with people in similar situations.

Last year, the charity supported more than 400 children and young people who had been bereaved.   The charity offers bereavement training to schools across Dorset and runs a host of activities to support their mission.

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