Our Toy Appeal is back for 2020, and we think that this year it's more important than ever. When you’re doing your Christmas shopping at St David’s, consider choosing an extra gift for a child in need and dropping it off at our donation point.
New for this year, you can donate via our 'Tap For Toys' contactless donation point - just tap your card and you'll be suporting charities helping sick and disadvantaged children in Wales.
Launching 27 November!
If you have any questions about how to get involved with Toy Appeal this year, you can get in touch at any time.
Wondering how you can help the St David's Toy Appeal? We have all the information you need below:
• Head to the Donation Station, located on the lower level near Clogau and Goldsmiths, and chat to the team
• Don’t forget that we only accept new gifts with tags and don’t accept second-hand gifts
• We’re collecting gifts for 0-16 year olds so don’t forget about the teenagers too!
• Once you’ve purchased your gift simply return it to the Donation Station (unwrapped) and we’ll make sure it's delivered to a child in Wales who really needs it.
TAP FOR TOYS – Also this year as mentioned above, in order to enhance the safety of everybody involved, you can donate via our contactless donation point. All you need to do is tap your card.
**All images on this page were taken before the Coronavirus pandemic and in previous years.**
Action for Children
Ray of Light Wales Cancer Support
Cerebral Palsy Cymru
Cardiff Family Advice and Support
Childrens Leukaemia Society
Dreams & Wishes
Follow Your Dreams
Gibbonsdown Children's Centre
Homestart (Cardiff Area & Rhondda Cynon Taf and Merthyr area)
Latch Welsh Children's Cancer Charity
The Salvation Army
Ty Enfys (Taff Housing)
Vale of Glamorgan Hostel
Voices From Care Cymru
Welsh Veterans Partnership
- My first Noah's Ark, £36, John Lewis
- Baby jumper, £25, River Island
- Reindeer pull along, £25, The White Company
- Two-piece bear hat & mitten set, £12, M&S
- Smooth moves sloth, £35, Hamleys
- Boys dressing gown, £10, Peacock
- Wood balancing game, £25, John Lewis
- Superheroes dress up kit, £17.50, M&S
- Santa's reindeer, £19.50, Build-a-bear
- Lego Airport, £17.99, Lego Store
**All images on this page were taken before the coronavirus pandemic and in recent years.**
- Wooden ukulele, £10, Flying Tiger
- Disney Frozen backpack, £18, M&S
- UNO Flip, £9, Hamley's
- Lego Houseboat, £25, John Lewis
- Lilo & Stitch soft toy, £21, Disney Store
- Ferrari two-wheel scooter, £30, Hamleys
- Xbox water bottle, £6, Primark
- Goodie bag, £18, Hotel Chocolat
- Monopoly speed game, £23, Debenhams
- Pen holder, £5.60, Typo
- Duel markers, £40, Typo
- Spiderman doll, £10, Miniso
- Festive socks, £4, River Island
- Phone projector, £12, Flying Tiger
- Hot chocolate baubles, £9.99, New Look
**All images on this page were taken before the coronavirus pandemic and in previous years.**