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Join MSN UK's Christmas Together Appeal and stand up for Britain's most vulnerable people.

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MSN UK's Christmas Together Appeal 2019 © Getty/MSN UK MSN UK's Christmas Together Appeal 2019

A special message from MSN:

We’re committed to supporting society’s most vulnerable this Christmas.

Millions of children and older people will wake up this festive season feeling lonely, isolated and with no one to turn to.

Our Christmas Together Appeal connects people in crisis to the vital services who can help. Join us or donate here.

For the most vulnerable in Britain, Christmas is broken.

For them, this time of year is far from a picture of happiness.

Millions of older people and children across the UK find the festive season a time of loneliness, abuse, isolation and crisis. Our 2019 Christmas charity appeal aims to highlight why the youngest and oldest in society are the worst hit and the most vulnerable at a time when we should be happy and celebrating goodwill. 

We can help them change their fate. Christmas is a time where small acts of kindness can make a big difference. Our Christmas Together appeal unites MSN UK’s big-hearted community of users and empowers us to help connect those in crisis to the services that can offer support. We’re driving actions to pledge a voice to those in need, gift a warm bed, support friendship and make Christmas a time for people to come together and remember they are not alone.

Together we can make a difference.

Our charity partners are working hard on the frontline to help stop suffering and offer a lifeline.

Age UK are the leading charity for those in later life. © Age UK Age UK are the leading charity for those in later life.

Age UK is the country's leading charity dedicated to helping everyone make the most of later life. The over-60s is the fastest-growing group in society, but often the worst hit. Millions of older people feel they have no one to turn to in a crisis. Many will spend Christmas alone. We're determined to be there for them. We need your help to do that.

For many of us, the Christmas period is about spending time with loved ones and reflecting upon what we have to be thankful for. But what about those who have no one to turn to for help and support – no partner, family or close friends? That’s the reality for more than 2.5 million older people in the UK. Who will be there for them this Christmas? That's where Age UK come in. They're determined to be there for older people whenever they need them. Life doesn't stop during the festive period and neither do we. Thanks to the Age UK Advice Line, open 365 days a year — even on Christmas Day — they can assist vulnerable older people in a crisis, whatever they may need.

The Children's Society believe no child should feel alone. © The Children's Society The Children's Society believe no child should feel alone.

The Children's Society share our vision that no child should feel alone. Right now in Britain there are too many children and young people who feel scared, unloved and unable to cope. The Children’s Society works with these young people, step by step, for as long as it takes. They listen. They support. They act. There are no simple answers so they work with others to tackle complex problems. Only together can we make a difference to the lives of children now and in the future. 

The Children's Society fight for change, supporting disadvantaged children to have better lives. Together with their supporters they are building a country where children are free from disadvantage.

MSN UK's Christmas Together Appeal proudly supports Age UK and The Children’s Society who are providing vital services to society’s most vulnerable this festive season. Because no one should feel alone. Together we can make a big difference. Join us here.

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