Telegraph launches Christmas Charity Appeal

The Telegraph Christmas Charity Appeal now enters its 27th year and we are delighted to work with them again to process the donations from its generous readers.

To date, the appeal has raised close to £24m for a host of deserving causes over the decades. Readers' donations have proved a lifeline to the chosen charities and are a source of great pride to the newspaper.

This year's selected charities are Missing People, FareShare and Canine Partners.

FareShare is the UK’s largest charity dedicated to fighting hunger and food waste, redistributing food destined for disposal to help nourish the most vulnerable in society.

Missing People is a lifeline for families when a loved one disappears and the only nationwide charity offering such specialist support.

Canine Partners pair dogs with people with living disabilities, increasing confidence and independence, allowing people to get their lives back on track.
 

To make a donation, please call 0151 284 1927 or donate online here >
 

Lindsay Boswell, CEO of Fareshare Credit: Paul Grover

Lindsay Boswell, CEO of Fareshare
Credit: Paul Grover

The Missing People choir on Britain's Got Talent Credit: Syco / Thames / Dymond

The Missing People choir on Britain's Got Talent
Credit: Syco / Thames / Dymond

Canine Partners pair dogs with people with living disabilities

Canine Partners pair dogs with people with living disabilities

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