We’re delighted to reveal our 2016 Christmas eCards, which have all been created with a little help from our Santa’s elves.
Each of the four festive designs were drawn by children affected by retinoblastoma attending Birmingham Children’s Hospital and the Royal London Hospital throughout November.
A team of CHECT staff then narrowed down the wonderful entries to four finalists, whose designs will now be available for you to send to your friends, family or loved ones this Christmas. Congrats to the four lucky finalists:
- Lilly Hickman, aged 4
- Anna Bradley, aged 8
- Celie Taylor, aged 5
- Grace Holmes, aged 7
In total we had 11 entries and we were blown away by how fantastic they all were, so it was really hard to choose just four designs. We’d like to say a huge thank you to all of the children who entered – you have done a brilliant job.
Send a Christmas eCard
Sending a CHECT eCard is a great way to send a Christmas message to your loved ones while helping to raise awareness of retinoblastoma and the work of the Childhood Eye Cancer Trust.
It only takes a few minutes to pick your favourite design, add a personal message and send the card to family, friends or colleagues and you can send as many as you’d like.
It’s free to send an eCard, so it will save you the cost of buying and posting traditional cards, although we will give you the opportunity to make an optional donation to CHECT at the end to help support our work.
To view and send one of our four lovely cards, please visit our Christmas eCard page. Thank you so much for your support!