People are encouraged to leave magical messages and stars on a virtual Christmas tree to raise funds for the Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People in Leicestershire.
The charity is asking for donations for people to share a keepsake or remember someone special on a star on the tree.
Money raised from donations goes directly to Rainbows as they help provide critical care and support to over 300 children and youth in Harborough and the East Midlands.
A donation of £ 5 will help fund a day of arts and crafts supplies, allowing families to have fun together.
£ 20 could fund a play session, allowing siblings to create magical memories and £ 55 will support a music therapy session – giving children and young people a chance to express themselves.
Alison Furlong, Community and Events Manager at Rainbows, said: “Donating for a star on the virtual Christmas tree is a great way to support us and leave a wonderful memory or special message to what is. , once again, a difficult time for many.
“Any donation you can make to our charity will go a long way in creating special memories for the children and youth who use our services – some of whom could be their last Christmas with their families. “