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Make your Christmask Day a real cracker

christmask day ideas

Looking for some inspiration to take your Christmask Day celebrations to the next level? Look no further! We've got plenty of ideas to make your day a real cracker.

Don't forget to put on your festive facemasks and join us on the 4th of December, for a day of spreading Christmas cheer and helping others – at the same time as fighting Covid-19.

Get festive with friends and family

Use an online platform like Zoom to get everyone together for a fun festive night. Grab a drink and some snacks then don your seasonal masks, and catch up with a night of fun activities and games.

It's Quizmas!

If you’re looking for activities to entertain your merry band of mask wearers then our Christmas quiz is for you. It can be printed or shown on screen - remember you can share your screen on Zoom too!

Click here to download the Christmas quiz.

Guess the candy canes

Download our “guess the number of candy canes” game to get your Christmask Day fundraising event off to a cracking start! You could charge £2 to play. The winner could win half the money or a prize of your choosing!

Click here to download the candy canes game.

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Jingle those bells

Why not try a bit of carolling together and see what creative instruments you can make from things about the house? You could be playing the spoons to Rudolph, or drumming pots and pans to a not so silent night

Work it!

Why not get your work to take part to brighten the day? A lot of workplaces will offer to match any fundraising too so your efforts could be worth double to people in need this Christmas!

Have a jolly time

Challenge everyone to bring their best cracker quality joke to the party – whoever has the worst joke makes a bonus donation!

However you decide to celebrate Christmask Day, we hope you have a fabulously festive time. For more information about how to get involved, and to pre-order your festive facemasks, head to chss.org.uk/christmask