This year, for every pack of Christmas cards sold by Lidl, 25p will be donated to CLIC Sargent.
Packs of Lidl Christmas cards are now on sale for 99p, with 25p from each pack being donated to CLIC Sargent.
Included in the packs of cards are two extra special designs, from competition winners 11-year-old Jemma Power from Oxford, and three-year-old Lukas Currie from Winsford who both won a Facebook contest last year.
Lidl and CLIC Sargent
Lidl and CLIC Sargent have been in a charity partnership since 2012 and have raised over £1.6million to date.
Most recently Lidl were the headline sponsors of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, when staff transformed themselves into Lidl Superheroes with in-store fancy dress.
Lidl also sent food and toiletries to all CLIC Sargent Homes from Home in England and Scotland, where families stay for free whilst their child undergoes specialist treatment in nearby hospitals.
CLIC Sargent Account Manager Sam Scott said: “It’s fantastic that CLIC Sargent will be benefitting from the sales of Lidl’s Christmas cards, and the two designs from the competition winners are brilliant additions to the range.
"This Christmas, many families in the UK are living with a child with cancer, and support from Lidl means that CLIC Sargent can offer the expert help they need.”
Lidl’s Christmas cards are on sale now in Lidl’s UK stores while stocks last.