Best-selling Christmas charity range is back for 2022 – Advent of Change returns

Best-selling Christmas charity range is back for 2022 – Advent of Change returns

Rainbow Trust
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Date published: 07 October 2022 by Digital Team

It’s never too early for the C-word – and as we say goodbye to summer and look forward to the festive season, a non-profit charity range is set to offer something far more meaningful than just sparkle this Christmas.

Award-winning social enterprise, Advent of Change, has announced the long-awaited return of its festive charity range for 2022 – including its best-selling charity advent calendar, which replaces chocolate or plastic-filled advent calendars with a daily donation to 24 incredible causes.

The pioneering concept has captured the hearts of many across the UK and has raised over £700,000 for 100 different charities since 2018.

With new research from the Charities Aid Foundation estimating that 4.9m fewer people donated to charity in 2022, the non-profit organisation hopes to spread the spirit of giving more than ever this Christmas – encouraging those who can, to swap chocolate for charity this year.

The inspiring charity-focused collection has now expanded to include an innovative range of products with unique ways to donate.

Hoping to raise over £100,000 in 2022, Advent of Change founder, Kristina Salceanu said:

“We’re thrilled to be bringing back our classic advent calendars, and our charity family of products for 2022.
“It’s been an incredibly tough couple of years for many of our charity partners, and we know so many people will be feeling the impact of the next few months with today’s challenging economic climate.
“Now more than ever, amazing charities are doing life-changing work to aid those in need, and we know it can be hard to decide on just one to support – which is where our Advent of Change concept all started!
“No matter which you choose, each of our wonderful products provides the perfect way to give back to so many charities in one go, and gift someone, or yourself, the chance to really make a difference this festive season.”

The products representing Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity include:

Advent Calendar

£17.95 from

Perfect for gifting or displaying proudly on your mantlepiece, this advent calendar donates 50p each day to one of 24 charities doing incredible work at home and around the world. Daily charitable donations make opening your advent calendar on winter mornings even more special.

The Advent Calendar is available online at

Children’s Advent Calendar

£17.95 from and John Lewis and Partners

With child-friendly wording and family-focused charities, this children’s advent calendar features a fun, colourful design and is completely plastic-free. Entertain your little ones with the enjoyable game of finding Santa’s lost decorations when opening the advent doors, helping the whole family get in to the Christmas spirit whilst showing the importance of giving back.

The Children’s Advent Calendar is available online at and John Lewis and Partners.

Christmas Crackers

£25.95 from and John Lewis and Partners

Advent of Change’s most requested product for 2021 is back with a bang. Pull the cracker and find out how your donation has helped those in need and read the side-splitting joke provided by celebrities such as Lorraine Kelly, Harry Hill and Joanna Lumley. Not forgetting the all-important paper hat to make your charity Christmas cracker experience complete.

Advent of Change’s commitment to sustainability means the crackers are all fully recyclable or compostable, plastic-free and designed to minimise waste and impact on the environment.

The Christmas Crackers are available in two colour schemes online at

We are so grateful to Advent of Change for choosing to support us in 2022. You can support us alongside 47 other amazing causes this Christmas by purchasing their non-profit range. Thank you Advent of Change!

*Charities Aid Foundation UK Giving Report, 2022

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