Ketchup TV offers free viewing and asks viewers to "pass it on"

Children’s video channel aims to raise £25,000 to help families with seriously ill children this Christmas.

Children’s on demand video channel, Ketchup TV has launched an innovative way of giving this Christmas by offering the public free access to its channel featuring popular children’s shows between now and the end of January in return for a donation to Rainbow Trust.

The new channel aims to raise £25,000 this Christmas, enough to fund a whole year’s support for 14 families with a life threatened or terminally ill child.

Emma Haines Director of Marketing and Fundraising said:

“We are absolutely delighted to have been selected as Ketchup TV’s Charity of the Year. The partnership will have a huge impact for Rainbow Trust, enabling us to support more families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. We have already received a great response from Ketchup TV and we can’t wait for the partnership to start”.

Ketchup TV Founder, Paul Coster: said:

“To spread Christmas cheer we are giving everyone free access to our videos this festive season. We really wanted to do something different so we are giving everyone a present and all we ask is that our customers pass on this goodwill and kindly make a festive donation to Rainbow Trust to help seriously ill children and their families this Christmas.”

Click here to find out more and to donate to Rainbow Trust this Christmas.